Shy and retiring Beady Eye front-man Liam Gallagher has said the bands next album, the follow-up to debut Different Gear, Still Speeding, will be ‘life-changing’. Speaking to The Independent about the first album, Gallagher said:
“The idea that we wouldn’t be able to make a decent album between us is stupid. I know what I’m doing, Gem and Andy have been writing great songs for years so they know what they’re doing. Why wouldn’t it be good? It wasn’t life-changing, but the next album… that’ll be life-changing. It’ll be a much more grander affair too, with strings.”
The former-Oasis singer went on to say the next Beady Eye album will be influenced by George Harrison’s classic All Things Must Pass and be ‘a bit Phil Spector-ish’.
Beady Eye are currently finishing off the South American leg of their world tour with a two shows in Brazil before returning to the UK for November shows in Blackpool (11th), Sheffield (12th), Birmingham (14th), Swindon (15th) and London (17th).