You can say what you want about Liam Gallagher, but there's no denying the fact that the former Oasis singer and now Beady Eye frontman has got style. Whether he's pushing his own fashion label Pretty Green or, in this case, standing alongside his Beady Eye bandmates, the singer possesses an unmistakable presence.
As the world awaits the arrival of Beady Eye's debut album 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' later this month, Gigwise caught up with the band to discuss the importance of image and posing for their first band shots with photographer Steve Gullick.
In the video below, Gallagher admits now that he and the rest of the band now “put a bit more effort in, a bit more time” compared to during their years in Oasis, and that it “pays off”.
“We've always appreciated the look, it's sometimes as important as it,” guitarist Gem Archer adds.
'Different Gear, Still Speeding' is released on February 28, and is preceded by the single 'The Roller' on seven-inch vinyl and digital-download on February 21.
The album was produced alongside Steve Lillywhite in London.
Beady Eye on the importance of style: