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Liam Gallagher: Success Is Painful
Liam Gallagher says he and his bandmates are â€œscathedâ€ every day.
The rock star has enjoyed a successful career, often grabbing headlines for his no-nonsense behaviour as a member of Britpop band Oasis.
Now he is looking to carry on this attitude with his latest venture â€“ Beady Eye â€“ which was formed after he fell out with former colleague and his brother Noel.
Liam loves how, even though he is still going strong, his fellow musicians go through pain for the cause all the time.
â€œWeâ€™re scathed every f**kinâ€™ day and we wouldnâ€™t have it any other way,â€ the 38-year-old told Q magazine. â€œOur new keyboard playerâ€™s broke his foot already. Dropped a bowling ball.â€
But Liam feels as though some of his peers are not being rock and roll enough. He says that he saw British indie band Coldplay and couldnâ€™t believe there was no friction between them, which he thinks is a healthy part of any group. It happened while Beady Eye guitarist Andy Bell was wearing an unusual piece of attire. â€œI bumped into a couple of the Coldplay lot in the pub,â€ Liam explained. â€œJonny [Buckland, Coldplay guitarist] said, â€˜Weâ€™re just really happy.â€™ What, not one of you p**sinâ€™ each other off? Nothing happened? People have got to have something to talk about, havenâ€™t they?â€
Beady Eye will release their album Different Gear, Sill Speeding in the UK on February 28. Liam claims that if people donâ€™t expect much of the record it can only be because he is too much of an icon.
â€œWell, thatâ€™s pretty sh*t,â€ he said when asked how heâ€™ll react if the public doesnâ€™t like his latest project. â€œIf people have low expectations of us it because youâ€™ve been f**kinâ€™ blinded by what you idolise man, thatâ€™s what youâ€™ve been. Thatâ€™s whatâ€™s happened.â€
It must be noted that Liam Gallagher and Coldplay live within minutes of each other in the same part of London.