Liam Gallagher Covers His Brother Noel’s Song at ‘Definitely Maybe’ Anniversary Tour Opener

Publish Date
Tuesday, 4 June 2024, 10:25AM

Despite Liam and Noel Gallagher going back and forth publicly regarding a potential reunion to celebrate the hugely successful Oasis album ‘Definitely Maybe’, Noel was noticeably absent from the night.

The tour kicked off Saturday night (June 1) at the Utlilita Arena in Sheffield, England, the setlist looking unsurprisingly stacked but with the noticeable addition of a cover of ‘Lock All The Doors’ halfway through the setlist.

"Lock All the Doors" is best known as a ‘Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds’ song. It appeared on the band's second studio album, Chasing Yesterday, in 2015.

The song does have its origins in the Oasis era. The chorus for the song was initially part of a demo tape in 1992, with Noel initially struggling to complete the verse for years after giving away part of the original verse to the Chemical Brothers for a song.

Then in pure Gallagher style, Liam offered a bit of a jab at Noel in introducing the track. Liam made note to dedicate the song to "my little brother." Noel is actually six years older than Liam. When a fan asked about that dedication on X, Liam responded, "He is my little brother esp when it comes to science."

Check out the set list below -

  1. "Rock 'n' Roll Star"
    2. "Columbia"
    3. "Shakermaker"
    4. "Up In the Sky"
    5. "Digsy's Diner"
    6. "Bring It On Down"
    7. "Cloudburst"
    8. "I Will Believe"
    9. "Half the World Away"
    10. "D'Yer Wanna Be a Spaceman?"
    11. "Fade Away"
    12. "Lock All the Doors"
    13. "(It's Good) To Be Free"
    14. "Whatever"
    15. "Cigarettes & Alcohol"
    16. "Married With Children"


  1. "Supersonic"
    18. "Slide Away"
    19. "Live Forever"

Second Encore

  1. "I Am the Walrus"


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