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Liam Gallagher's post-Oasis band planning October single and gigs

Singer planning to hit the road later in 2010

Liam Gallagher has said he is planning for his post-Oasis band to release their debut single this October - and play live shows around its release.

The frontman told Shortlist that the band, as-yet unnamed, are recording their album this month during a three-week stint and aim to finish it by June.

"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.

Gallagher's new band features his former bandmates Andy Bell, Gem Archer and Chris Sharrock.


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Comments (2)


Apr 8, 2010

about time we had some proper music out!! Rock n Roll... L4E


Apr 8, 2010

Cant wait to hear some new material. Gem and Andy write some good tunes, Liams written some good ones the last few albums.Surprised the album wont be coming out just after the first single though

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