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Former Oasis Frontman Liam Gallagher Announces 'Beady Eye' New Band

Wednesday, 26 May 2010 Written by Jon Stickler
Former Oasis Frontman Liam Gallagher Announces 'Beady Eye' New Band

‘Beady Eye’ has been confirmed as the name and it’s made up of himself and former bandmates Andy Bell, Gem Archer and Chris Sharrock. The group have also released their first official photograph.

Currently recording their debut record alongside respected producing guru Steve Lillywhite, famed for his work with U2, The Rolling Stones, Morrissey and Peter Gabriel, Beady Eye are holed up in the studio “working on their way of looking at the world.”

News of the band’s name kicks-off the beginning of Liam’s first major move since that final bust-up with his brother Noel in Paris in August 2009, ending the reign of Oasis.

The other half of the duo, Noel Gallagher has remained mostly silent since the split. The singing, songwriting guitarist played two shows at London’s historic Royal Albert Hall earlier this year as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust. The shows were said to be his only performances of 2010.

Speaking last month, Liam Gallagher revealed that Beady Eye intend to release their first single around October with a number of live shows being planned to coincide with the release of the new track.

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