LIAM Gallagher has released a video praising Scotland again after his brother Noel's 'third world country' remarks.

The singer, who will bring his new tour to Glasgow and Aberdeen later this year, thanked fans for buying tickets.

He also took the opportunity to remind his millions of followers that he is very much team Scotland.

Liam's latest video, which features bagpipes in the background, comes after we reported that brother Noel declared Scotland a "third world country" as his back-and-forth with Liam Capaldi, 22, continues to escalate.

The High Flying Birds star, whose wife Sara MacDonald is from Edinburgh, made the comments in an interview with Variety magazine. He also called the Scottish singer Chewbacca and urged him to enjoy his "15 minutes of fame".

Those comments were on the back of previous remarks he made about Capaldi, who is due to play TRNSMT today. He previously asked a radio interview: "Who's this Capaldi fella? Who the f*** is that idiot?"

In his video, Liam said: "I want to thank all my brothers and sisters for buying tickets for the tour. I really appreciate it. You've made a so-called angry man very, very happy.

"I love you all and I'll see you soon

"By the way Scotland's a beautiful country, the people are magnificent. Get yourself up there."

He then quoted the Beatles' I am the Walrus and said: "I am he, you are he, I am me and we are all together."

Capaldi, however, has been fighting his own corner in the spat. He playfully hit back, wearing a Brit-pop inspired parka and bucket hat on stage at Glastonbury before unveiling a T-shirt with Noel's face on it encased in a love heart.

Fans will wait with anticipation for his TRNSMT set today to see if Lewis responds.