Watch Liam Gallagher and John Squire perform ‘I’m A Wheel’ on ‘Fallon’

Liam Gallagher and John Squire performed their song ‘I’m A Wheel’ on US TV last night (April 9) – check out the video below.

The duo appeared as the musical guests on yesterday’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in support of their collaborative self-titled album, which was released last month.

Gallagher and Squire’s performance on the NBC chat show aired ahead of their headline gig at the Brooklyn Paramount in New York City tomorrow night (April 11).

Tune in here:


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The former Oasis frontman and ex-Stone Roses guitarist recently wrapped up a UK, Ireland and European tour off the back of their UK Number One record.

In a four-star review of the run’s first night in Glasgow, NME wrote: “A man of fewer words than his usual self, Liam’s dominant vocals stay sharp all night, comfortable as ever with this new setlist.”


It added: “Squire’s mere return to the stage and the intimate nature of the night may have been enough for some fans; what we received was masterful and refreshing. But if this is a partnership to be continued, they best get started on album two.”

Following the tour, Gallagher said it would “be rude not to do another album” with Squire in the future.

During a new interview with NME, Gallagher spoke about fans’ response to the pair’s first LP: “People have got high expectations and I’m the same, but after all the dust settles… it’s fucking 10 great songs with some great fucking musicians playing it and I’m singing decent.”

Liam Gallagher and John Squire
Liam Gallagher and John Squire CREDIT: Tom Oxley

Squire added: “It’s still a baby.” Gallagher agreed: “I always say that.”

He continued: “The Stone Roses songs have been around for fucking years – everyone wanks over ‘em; Oasis songs have been around for years – everyone wanks over ‘em. The StonesThe Beatles

“[This album’s] only been around a couple of months. Come back in a couple of years’ time, [when] it’s really got inside everyone’s DNA.”

In other news, Gallagher has responded to Andy Bell‘s recent comments about a potential Oasis reunion.

Gallagher is due to embark on a UK and Ireland solo tour this summer to mark the 30th anniversary of ‘Definitely Maybe’. He’ll also showcase the album in full when he headlines Reading & Leeds 2024 in August.