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Beady Eye to release second album this year

Liam Gallagher has revealed that Beady Eye will release their sophomore record at some point this year despite only unveiling their debut in February

Speaking to The Irish Times, the ex-Oasis front man explained that his new band doesn't want to drag the recording process out and are keen to keep things moving forward:

"The big difference between Beady Eye and Oasis is that we're not going to put the ball down, sit around in a big house and go, 'We're great',"

"We won't be taking months and months in the studio either. We don't want to roll this over into next year. There will be an awesome new album coming soon."

Beady Eye's profile has been raised recently after the band released a cover of 'Across The Universe' by The Beatles for the Japan Relief Fund, and are continuing to get their name out there with exclusive performances

Watch the band's rendition of 'Across The Universe' at Brixton Academy's Japan Benefit concert here: