Liam Gallagher has been spotted filming secret performance on boat floating down Thames.
The former Oasis star was seen sailing down the Thames while doing what he does best, performing.
A Twitter user uploaded the video to their account of the scene from a bridge overlooking the boat today (November 6).
As the boat sails along, Gallagher's 2017 song Greedy Soul can be heart faintly as it goes off into the distance.
In other videos and images, the set-up is more visible, showing the star joined by his band and his traditional "Rock ’N’ Roll" sign that adorns the stage at his shows.
It's currently unclear what the filming was for, with fans guessing either a new music video or a livestream concert.
The Twitter user wrote above he video: "Just walked across Tower Bridge and heard music coming from a boat underneath - it turned out to be Liam Gallagher."
Fans responded: "That is absolute quality! I would have been tempted to jump on."
Another said: "Not locked down then?"
It comes after the Wonderwall singer admitted he was drunk when he took part in a notorious Oasis vs Blur charity football match in 1996.
He competed with brother Noel Gallagher against fellow northerners Pulp, Robbie Williams and archnemeses, Blur.
However, despite Liam proudly displaying his trophy from the game, Oasis lost out 2-1 to Pulp, assisted by Robbie, taking them to a 2-0 lead in the first half.
During the famous charity match, Liam and his Blur rival, Damon Albarn, squared up to one another on the pitch following months of chart battles.
Putting aside their loss, Liam wasted no time in celebrating taking home a gong from the event as he took to his Twitter page.
Sharing a snap of his silver trophy, Liam said: "C'mon, you know."
The dad-of-four proudly displayed the signage on the trophy which read: "CUP 1996.
"Music Industry Soccer Six - Liam Gallagher. Best Goalscorer."