Now that he’s not fighting with (or talking to) his brother anymore, Liam Gallagher can focus on more positive things. Like designing clothes and wanting to be in the Beatles all over again. His band BEADY EYE have announced a UK tour, which calls in to Leeds in April…
It’s been a while since Liam took to such a small stage – he’s probably got quite acustomed to swaggering about in front of tens of thousands of beery fans at a time. In fact, the last time he played in the city was with Oasis at Leeds Festival in 2000. The time before that was in the pokey back room of the Duchess of York in April 1994. Blimey!
Safe to say his return – at the O2 Academy Leeds on Thursday, April 21 – will be quite popular, and you’ll have to pretty nippy to bag your tickets when they go on sale on Friday, January 28 at 10am from HERE, HERE or HERE.
New single The Roller is out on February 21 and the Beady Eye debut album Different Gear, Still Speeding is out a week later on February 28.
For more info about the band – if you need it – click HERE