Beady Eye have revealed their upcoming record will be ''in your face'' and veer away from their rock 'n' roll sound.
Beady Eye's second album is ''not a rock 'n' roll record''.
The Liam Gallagher led band are in the studio recording the follow up to 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' and promise it will be psychedelic masterpiece.
Guitarist Gem Archer said: ''Some of it is beyond music. It's not a rock 'n' roll record, put it that way. And Liam's voice, you've never heard him like this. He's completely in your face, man. Almost like his nose is touching yours which is a scary proposition.''
The band - which also includes Chris Sharrock and Andy Bell - have also promised the record will be an improvement on their debut, which they see as a transition from Oasis, the band they were all in before they split in 2009, after a fall out between Liam and his brother and bandmate Noel.
Speaking of 'Different Gear, Still Speeding', Liam added to Q magazine: ''It was done off the back of Oasis,it wasn't progressive enough, we hadn't moved on. There were good moments, but it just didn't connect. This one is not so stuck in its 60s rut. Obviously there's [John] Lennon vibes in there, but we've turned it on its head.''