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New York, NY July 11, 2011 - Beady Eye announce today their return to North America with tour dates this Fall. The band (Liam Gallagher, Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock) will be giving fans a first live taste of their debut album, "Different Gear, Still Speeding" in a series of concerts beginning in Vancouver, BC on November 29th, with a return stop in New York City on December 9th.
Beady Eye just wrapped their North American live debut with sold-out shows in New York, Chicago, Toronto and Philadelphia to rave reviews. The Chicago Tribune was there for the bands first U.S. date and noted, "You can take the band out of the stadium, but you can't take the stadium out of the band", and Beady Eye whipped through songs from its debut "Different Gear, Still Speeding" Saturday with the confidence of a seasoned act with nothing to prove. Tickets for this round of North American dates begin to go on sale on July 15th. The band will be joined by Matt Jones on keyboards and Jeff Wootton on bass for all dates. Fans can click here for Beady Eyes just released video for The Beat Goes On that was filmed during their recent performance at the Isle of Wight Festival.
Beady Eyes debut album, "Different Gear, Still Speeding" was released by Dangerbird Records in North America on March 1st. The album features 13 brand new songs written by the band and recorded at RAK Studios in London last fall with GRAMMY Award-winning producer Steve Lillywhite (U2, Dave Matthews Band, The Smiths). Upon reviewing "Different Gear, Still Speeding", The Boston Globe stops the naysayers in their tracks and warns, "For all those who thought Liam Gallagher would be musically astray without big brother Noel, meet Beady Eye. While Paste noted that Beady Eye sounds like Oasis returning to its less complicated roots, stripping back the heavily overdubbed layers of their curtain call, 2008s Dig Out Your Soul. Beady Eye aren't here to dick around - they're here to rock. And it would be a lie to say they've failed in that regard; this is an album of live, full-band rock n roll energy, built on Rickenbacker crunch and Ludwig thump. There's no time for frills; Gallagher and company are making up for lost time."
Beady Eye was formed by three former members of Oasis, including enigmatic front man and lead vocalist Liam Gallagher. The multi-platinum and Grammy nominated Oasis sold over 70 million albums worldwide spanning seven studio albums awarded with six Brit awards, 15 NME awards, nine Q awards and four MTV Europe Music awards, just to name a few.