Liam Gallagher has expressed his hopes to return to Glastonbury Festival in 2020 following his acclaimed performance earlier this summer.

In a new interview with GQ, the former Oasis-frontman was asked if, after two appearances at the festival, he’d be “looking to make it a hat-trick” for the 2020 50th anniversary. In response, Liam replied “Fuckin’ hell, why not? I’ll play it again. I’m not arsed about headlining. I’ve fuckin’ done all that. I’ll put it out there: I’ll play a tent anywhere. A little small gig in a little sweaty tent will do me, man.” Gallagher continued – “…But I’m certainly not arsed about fuckin’ headlining or being on another stage. Get me in a fuckin’ little moody tent and it’s fuckin’ sweating, it’ll go off.”

The star’s 2019 appearance on the Pyramid Stage was heralded by many publications as one of this year’s Glastonbury highlights, with the NME citing it as “pure, uncut rock’n’roll at it’s very best”.

Watch him perform ‘Roll With It’, below:

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