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Monday, 08 November 2010 23:00

Oasis' Liam Looking At the World Through Beady EyeOn Wednesday November 10th (10am GMT), under the band name Beady Eye, former Oasis band members Liam Gallagher, Gem Archer, Andy Bell, and Chris Sharrock will release ‘"Bring the Light" as a free download  from their website. "Bring the Light" will be the first track to be heard from the band's debut album which was recorded in London during the summer and which will be released next year.

The band fronted by former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher have recently uploaded a 22 second video on YouTube, launched a website, and opened an online store. A strictly limited 7" vinyl of "Bring the Light" will also be available for fans to purchase. It will only be available through the Beady Eye website and comes with "Sons of the Stage" on the B-side. Pre-order the 7" here from 10am on Wednesday.

An announcement about the new band's website was posted on Oasis official website on Monday. "Back in May we told you that Liam, Gem, Andy and Chris were in the studio with Steve Lillywhite working out their way of looking at the world," the band said. "As Oasisinet keeps you up to date with all things Oasis-related, we're happy to let you know Beady Eye have set up their own website." Steve Lillywhite is a producer best known for his work with U2 and Peter Gabriel.

Five days ago, the band posted on the BeadyEyeMusic's Channel on YouTube that "the new Beady Eye website is now live."

The Beady Eye website says, "Keep checking the site or register with our mailing list for important information and more coming soon!"

A report on misformusic.com recently revealed that the band had "already shot the video for the much anticipated single and recordstore.co.uk have listed the tracklisting and cover art for the single which they will be releasing as an individually numbered 7" heavyweight vinyl with only 4,000 being made available worldwide."

Andy Bell, who played bass in Oasis, now contributes on guitar. Gem Archer (guitar) and Chris Sharrock (drums) also join frontman Liam Gallagher in the new band's line-up.

Guitarist Noel Gallagher walked out on Oasis last summer before a gig in Paris after being worn down by his difficult relationship with brother.

On August 28th last year, Noel Gallagher posted the following statement on Oasisnet.com. "It's with some sadness and great relief to tell you that I quit Oasis tonight," he wrote. "People will write and say what they like, but I simply could not go on working with Liam a day longer."

Oasis' Liam Gallagher Looking At the World Through Beady EyeIn April, Liam Gallagher announced plans for a debut single. The frontman told Shortlist Magazine that the unnamed band were recording their album. "The album is written," he said. "We're recording it in April for three weeks then we have a break, go back in for another four weeks and it'll be done by June. But it won't be coming out 'til next year. But we're pushing to have a single out in October – so hopefully do some gigs around then."

He added that the new material is "a lot more musical than Oasis". He also said that Oasis would "never" reform. Oasis was through when Noel Gallagher quit the band.

The Daily Telegraph reported that Liam Gallagher had previously said that he would carry on with the old band name if he was unable to think of anything better. ''If we don't come up with something else by the time we're ready to release the album it'll be Oasis,'' he said last year. ''I'm not going to call myself something ridiculous just for the sake of it.''

When the band split last year, Liam Gallagher claimed in the Daily Telegraph that relations with his brother were now so bad that they no longer spoke, limiting their contact to exchanging insults on Twitter.

"He doesn't like me and I don't like him, that's it," he told NME.

He called his brother the "fool on the bill" after the guitarist was pictured on a night out, and accused him of looking like "he had got through to the next round of X Factor." He also claimed his brother wouldn't have the nerve to criticise him in person "because he's a ******* lightweight and he knows where he'd end up."

In return, Noel Gallagher complained that "What'siz'name" was "probably on his man period." He confessed that his two-year-old son Donovan had never even met his uncle.

According to Liam Gallagher, their last conversation ended in a row. "I think it might have been about some ******* support band he wanted to play with us and he didn't ask my permission." He referred to his brother as 'Parker' due to his similarity to the chauffeur from 60's puppet TV series Thunderbirds.

Since the split, Liam Gallagher has also launched his own clothing label Pretty Green.

On Wednesday, we will learn more about Beady Eye's way of looking at the world.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 November 2010 08:58
 

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Following rumors that the band would headline Glastonbury last summer, Pulp has confirmed that it shall reform for 2011 festival dates. The dates will include the Primavera Sound in Barcelona in May and the Wireless Festival at London's Hyde Park in July. It will be the first time the band has played a festival since announcing an "indefinite hiatus" in 2002.

Pulp's most stable and successful line-up consisted of Jarvis Cocker (vocals), Mark Webber (guitar), Russell Senior (guitar), Steve Mackey (bass), Candida Doyle (keyboard), and Nick Bands (drums). This line-up last shared a stage together in 1996. "Pulp have decided to get together and play some concerts next summer. The shows will involve all the original members of the band and they will be playing songs from all periods of their career. (Yes, that means they'll be playing your favourites)," the band's statement said. "In the meantime, ask yourself this: 'Do You Remember The First Time?' Thank you for your attention."

Cocker previously fueled rumors of a Glastonbury 2010 reunion in an interview with the People in 2009. "Glastonbury means an awful lot to me, I would love to play there again. We've talked about it, there we go, there'll be a band reunion," Cocker said.

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