Beady Eye have unveiled a half-hour documentary entitled ‘Start Anew?: On The Campaign Trail With Beady Eye’.
The film, made by Noisey, follows the band during the months leading up to the release of their second album ‘BE’, and finds Liam Gallagher trying to step out of the shadow of Oasis In it, Gallagher can be heard saying: “I don’t want to be singing someone else’s songs for the rest of my life”, while of his brother Noel, he says: “I don’t want to be in a band with someone who’s in control all the time”.
He reveals he’d rather work in McDonald’s than feature in another band with his elder brother, that he’d never heard anything Dave Sitek had produced before he was drafted in to record ‘BE’ and that he was born to appear on the front covers of magazines, while footage shows rehearsals, interviews, instore performances and the album playback in May. The film also features interviews with NME journalists Dan Stubbs and Dan Martin.
Of the film, Liam added: “I wouldn’t put it out if I was nervous. I hope people like it. If they don’t they can go fuck themselves.”
Watch ‘Start Anew?’ in full below.