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Comprised of Liam Gallagher, Gem Archer, Chris Sharrock and Andy Bell, Beady Eye might be a newly formed English Rock band, but the roots of the band’s creation and music go all the way back to another extremely famous rock band Oasis. Following the breakup of Oasis after the departure of Noel Gallagher from the band, the remaining band members of Oasis formed Beady Eye back in 2009. Hailing from London England, soon after its formation in 2009, the band started penning new material for their debut album as Beady Eye and also stepped inside the studios to start the recording process as well. Initially, “Bring the Light” was released as the band’s first promotional single that was absolutely free for download.
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The single was released on November 10, 2010 as a digital download and later a physical release of the single was also made. Critically, the single received positive reviews overall and is cited to have an Oasis-like sound without the presence of Noel. While the single topped the Rock and Indie music charts, it managed to earn the 61 st spot on the UK Singles Chart. Bring the Light was then followed by the second Promotional single by the band titled Four Letter Word which surfaced on December 26, 2010. Following the release of the single, a music video for the song was also made that debuted at the band’s official website at on NME. As far as the critical reception of the song is concerned, it managed to get more positive remarks out of critics as compared the band’s previous single.
Roller was released as the band’s third single on January 23, 2011 and also as their first commercial single as well. Like their previous release, a music video of the song was also made. On U.K Singles chart, the single debuted and peaked at the 31 st spot, while on Scottish Singles Chart it took the 17 th spot. After the singles, the band finally decided to release their debut studio album titled “Different Gear, Still Speeding” on February 28, 2011. In its first week of sales, the album managed to sell 66,817 units and peaked at the #3 spot on UK Albums Chart. Later that year, the album went on to receive the Gold Status. The album was produced by Steve Lillywhite, while it was recorded in London at the RAK Studios. Following the release of their album, the band embarked on a short UK/European tour to help promote their album. The band also performed a cover version of the Beatles’ Across the Universe at Brixton Academy, which was later released as download only single as well. As of the moment, the band is scheduled to take their act on road this year. So all you Oasis fans out there, don’t be disappointed; Beady Eye tickets will surely provide you with what you’re looking for.