Reports suggest the pair have spent two months working on new music together
Liam Gallagher is reportedly working on new music with Lee Mavers of The La’s.
Tabloid reports today (June 13) suggest that Gallagher is keen to get back into making music as soon as possible and that he has spent the last two months writing and recording with Mavers after the pair were brought together by former Beady Eye and La’s drummer Chris Sharrock.
“Despite all the madness and excitement that surrounds Liam’s personal life, he has always been very serious about his music and doesn’t want to be retired or left waiting for his brother to decide he wants to bring Oasis back,” a source told The Sun.
“Liam and Lee share a lot of similar ideas about music and although Liam has had his fair share of success with his own self-penned songs, his voice and swagger combined with Lee’s undoubted ear for a chorus could create something very special.”
A spokesperson for Liam Gallagher has yet to respond to NME’s request for verification on the reports.
Earlier this year it was reported that Oasis had come to a “gentleman’s agreement” to reform. Noel Gallagher subsequently denied that he would be interested in the move, claiming that the rumour came from a “source close to Liam”.
Liam also compared his older brother to Katie Hopkins in a separate tweet about the ongoing rumours of an Oasis reunion.
Beady Eye split in October 2014 after releasing two albums together.