Beady Eye frontman Liam Gallagher has conceded that he doesn't consider song lyrics to be that important.
The singer made the revelation during a discussion about the reaction to the band's debut single 'Bring The Light', which was released last month.
“I think it's the best song out on the radio or whenever at the moment,” Gallagher said. “The lyrics might not be up your street, but I'm not Morrissey – lyrics ain't a big thing for me.”
The former Oasis frontman went on to describe Beady Eye's debut album 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' as “amazing”.
He also said he was hopeful that the album, due out next month, would surprise people.
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