As Liam Gallagher sat at home eating his own feces, U2 kicked off the European leg of their Joshua Tree tour with Noel Gallagher in tow. The Oasis guitarist not only opened Saturday night’s concert at London’s Twickenham Stadium with his band The High Flying Birds, but he later joined U2 onstage to help close their own headlining set. In tribute to victims of May’s Manchester terror attack, Gallagher and U2 teamed up for a collaborative performance of Oasis’ “Don’t Look Back in Anger”. Watch fan-shot footage above.
As previously reported, Gallagher is donating all royalties from “Don’t Look Back in Anger” to families of the victims of the Manchester attack. He apparently made the decision after video surfaced of a crowd outside the Manchester Arena spontaneously singing the song while mourning the tragedy.