Liam Gallagher promises Beady Eye's second album won't be long coming

Singer says an 'awesome second album' is 'coming soon'

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Liam Gallagher has promised that Beady Eye won't be hanging around when it comes to releasing their second album.

The singer told the Irish Times that they wouldn't let promotion for their recent debut 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' run into 2012 and instead would get to work on its follow-up.

Comparing life in Beady Eye to his old Oasis reigime he said: "We're not going to put the ball down, sit around in a big house and go 'We're great'. We won't be booking into the studio for months and months on end."



He added: "We're not going to be rolling over this album into the next year. There will be an awesome second album coming soon. We're responsible for our every move. We're on our own label. We do all our own artwork and videos. It's not like, 'Oh, send that off to the visual arts person'."

'Different Gear, Still Speeding' was released in February.

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