Local residents flock to Dog And Partridge pub to catch glimpse of Liam Gallagher

Beady Eye have been spotted filming the video for their new single in a pub in the village of Baxenden, near Accrington, Lancashire.

Liam Gallagher was seen by local residents in the Dog And Partridge pub earlier this week where he was filming with his bandmates. The frontman was seen at Piccadilly railway station in Manchester earlier the same day before heading to the village of Baxenden to film the video for ‘Flick Of The Finger’, which will feature on Beady Eye’s new album ‘BE’. Details of the album were confirmed by the band yesterday, including a full tracklisting and an June 10 release date.

Local resident Ian Brennan and his daughters Amy and Molly Brennan saw the band first and managed to speak to Gallagher during a break from filming: “I asked them what it was all about and they didn’t want to say anything at first but then they told us it was Liam Gallagher,” Brennan told the Accrington Observer. He added: “As we walked back up the road he came out, it was quite surreal seeing him at our local boozer. The girls were quite scared when I went to talk to him but he was nice as pie.”

I asked him for photos with the girls and he was chatting to them telling them his mum was a dinner lady and asking if they were off school. People always say he’s mad but he was really sound.

‘BE’ is released on June 10. Beady Eye released their debut LP, ‘Different Gear, Still Speeding’, in February 2011. The album peaked at Number Three on the UK albums chart and spawned the Top 40 hit ‘The Roller’. The band have already been lined up festival slots at V Festival and T In The Park this summer.