"Let there be love", he says. A sentiment many may be surprised to hear
Manc rascal Liam Gallagher express as Oasis release the latest from their
return-to-form LP Don't Believe The Truth.
Based around a lazy acoustic guitar and echoing piano, Let There Be Love
is "the slow one" from the album, far different from the bouncy, frenetic
singles we've seen so far. Vocal duty is shared between the Gallaghers, with
Noel further exemplifying his knack for writing the perfect vocal melody.
Let There Be Love proves Oasis still boast the ability to create moving
and emotionally evocative songs with their down-tempo wizardry. The sort of
talent that has manifested itself throughout their career in songs like Cast
No Shadow and Champagne Supernova. Make no mistake, though - if Liam is
calling for love, there better bloody be some, or there'll be trouble.