Liam Gallagher to release music next year
- Bang Showbiz
- 23 August 2016
Liam Gallagher insists he isn't embarking on a "solo career" but will be releasing new music next year
Liam Gallagher will release his new music next year.
The former Oasis and Beady Eye frontman insists he isn't embarking on a "solo career" but is very impressed with the "well tasty" tracks he's written and preparing to record.
He said: "We've demoed some songs and it's sounding...I am not embarking on a solo 'career'. Everyone should know that. There are just 10, 11 songs I've written that are eligible to be recorded. They've got flair, attitude, the melodies are sick and the words are f**king funny.
"We'll record them this year and release it next year. It'll shock people. It's a record written by me, that's got all the right ingredients and sounds well tasty. You won't be scratching your chin. It's not Pink Floyd and it ain't Radiohead. It's chin-out music."
The 43-year-old rocker insists he isn't influenced by other musicians, but his turbulent personal life - which saw him find love with Debbie Gwyther following the breakdown of his marriage to Nicole Appleton in August 2013 after it emerged he'd fathered a child with another woman - has proved a source of inspiration.
He told Q magazine: "Music isn't influenced by music, I don't think. It's influenced by life. To have good music you have to have an interesting, varied life. S**t music comes from boring lives. The reason why so much music is boring, no matter how many bells and whistles and strobes they stick on it, is because they have boring lives. My wonky life over the last few years is going to make for better music."
And the outspoken star thinks his presence has been missed in the music world because he is so much better than his peers.
He said: "It's f***ing s**t. It's boring without me, isn't it? On my game I will roast anyone. Anyone. Whether it's interviews, photoshoots, on record or on that f**king stage. And there are a lot of people getting away with murder on that stage from my generation."
Liam's full interview is available to read in the new issue of Q magazine, which is out now. Visit www.qthemusic.com for more.