Ex-Oasis man also reveals what to expect from the record
Liam Gallagher has spoken out to reveal what to expect from his forthcoming solo album – saying that he’ll ‘probably fuck off forever’ if the record flops.
The former Oasis and Beady Eye frontman will be dropping his debut solo effort in 2017 after signing a deal with Warner Bros Records – despite previously denying it because he is “not a c**t”.
Now, he has opened up about what to expect from the album.
“God, I don’t know, it’s nowhere near…Good songs, good vocals, rock n’ roll, mate, stuff you won’t have to think too much about,” he told Metro. “No long guitar solos, no drum solos, no drum solos, no mad wizardy keyboard, just bang-in-your-face. it’s good.”
Speaking of his past projects and his plans for the future, Gallagher added: “I’ve done the Beady Eye thing and that didn’t come off and i thought maybe I’ll just have a break, but I wrote these songs and I thought, what else can I do? This album, if it does well we crack on and do another one. If it doesn’t I don’t know what I’ll do. I probably will fuck off forever but we’ll see.”
Gallagher’s former Beady Eye bandmate Andy Bell revealed that the band didn’t work out because ‘Liam’s heart wasn’t in it any more’.
This week saw bookmakers slash the odds of Oasis reforming for a reunion tour in 2017.