Liam Gallagher: 'Noel won't be happy when we release our out-there Beady Eye album' (Q319 preview)
Liam Gallagher is promising the second Beady Eye album will be the most "experiment" he's ever been involved with - and its sonic innovation will make his brother Noel jealous.
Speaking in our new issue, Q319 out now, he gives Q the latest on his bands new record, admitting they have some work do after the disappointment of their debut.
"It was done off the back of Oasis, it wasn't progressive enough, it hadn't moved on," declares the singer.
"There were good moments but it just didn't connect. This one, people might hate it too but it's no so stuck in its '60s rut. Obviously there's Lennon vibes in there but we've turned it on its head. Not that the pressure's on or anything but it's a really important record for me. If no one buys it, it's back to the drawing board. So we'll see. I'm prepared for whatever."
The Beady Eye leader also added that his "sad" looking brother Noel "won't be happy when he hears we've done an out-there record that we're going to fucking release before him".
12:47 PM | 04/01/2013
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