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Liam Gallagher makes song 'Bring The Light' available

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Liam Gallagher's band Beady Eye are making their debut single 'Bring The Light' available as a free download from 10am (GMT) this morning (November 10).

The song will be available for free from their official website, Beadyeyemusic.com. It is also being released on seven-inch vinyl with B-side 'Sons Of The Stage' via the same site.

Once you have heard Gallagher and co's debut head to the NME Office Blog and post your review of the track and we will publish the best.

Beady Eye are planning to release their debut album next year.

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