He's refrained from delving into his former band's multi-platinum catalog since they split up in 2009, but time heals all wounds, and Liam Gallagher is ready to start playing Oasis songs again -- at least judging from Thursday night's (June 28) set list, which found the Beady Eye frontman revisiting 'Rock 'N' Roll Star' and 'Morning Glory.'

Beady Eye was at Parr Hall in Warrington, U.K. to warm up for their Saturday set supporting the Stone Roses reunion tour, and they delivered a mix of older material and new songs (including the brand=new song 'The World's Not Set in Stone,' which you can hear in the embedded fan-shot video below).

The band, which contains former members of Oasis who saddled up with Gallagher after his brother Noel quit, has been at work on its second album, the follow-up to 2011's 'Different Gear, Still Speeding'; although no release date has been announced yet, it's expected to reach stores some time this summer.

Watch Beady Eye Perform 'The World's Not Set in Stone'