Liam Gallagher vows never to play Glastonbury again

Frontman performed at Worthy Farm with Oasis three times

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Liam Gallagher has vowed to never play Glastonbury again.

The Beady Eye frontman played at Worthy Farm with Oasis three times – headlining in both 1995 and 2004. But he has now told XFM that he would never play there again: ''Never, ever doing that thing ever again because it's a nightmare," he said.

Gallagher previously hit out a Glastonbury – saying that the sound is "shit and really quiet" and that "It's like Bond Street with mud, with loads of celebrities walking around in their boots and umbrellas. I'm not having it."

Last night, Beady Eye unveiled their brand new track 'Second Bite Of The Apple' – scroll down to listen to it. The song will appear on the band's second album, 'BE', which will be released on June 10 and follows their previously released track 'Flick Of The Finger'. 'BE' was recorded in London with producer Dave Sitek.

The band will play live at Manchester Ritz on June 19 before heading to London for a show at Camden Centre on June 20. The short stint will then come to a close in Glasgow at the ABC on June 22. Tickets were only made available to fans who pre-ordered the new album. Beady Eye also have slots lined up at V Festival, Benicassim and T In The Park this summer.

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