He played in the lashings of rain to a packed audience at Cork's Irish Independent Park last weekend.
If you're interested in seeing Liam Gallagher in a more civilised (and drier) venue, however, there's good news.
The former Oasis man is, as you may know, releasing his second solo album 'Why Me? Why Not.' on September 20th, and he has just announced a Dublin date on his tour.
If he manages to tear himself away from composing abusive tweets about his big brother, he'll play the 3Arena on Sunday, November 24th and you can get a taster of what to expect if you tune into the BBC's Glastonbury coverage this weekend.
He's also revealed the album's artwork, as well as the second song from the album. 'The River' follows the previously released 'Shockwave'.
Why Me? Why Not. LG x pic.twitter.com/C0URJ6SE9o
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) June 27, 2019
Tickets for the 3Arena gig, meanwhile, go on sale from usual outlets on Friday, July 12th at 9am – so pop that reminder in your calendar now.
Hear 'The River' below: