Gallagher has lined up a number of festival appearances for the summer, including Glastonbury this weekend and Reading and Leeds in August.
'They are two of the biggest hellraisers of their time and they've always had a laugh, it was always going to be a wild reunion'.
The Oasis star, who performed at the Other Stage on Saturday, told radio host Jo Wiley he wasn't interested in seeing the likes of The XX or Radiohead perform - opting for a night in with Love Island instead. "I've gotta do something and I've gone to the dark side and Love Island it is". And then I watched "Love Island". "That's what goes on man", he explained.More news: Saints place Nick Fairley on NFI list with heart condition
The former Oasis singer, who along with brother Noel Gallagher launched the British rock band into worldwide stardom in the mid-1990s, will release As You Were Oct. 6 via Warner Bros./Parlophone Records.
Liam dedicated the song to the lives lost in the Manchester terror attack and Grenfell Tower fire in west London.