Liam Gallagher is still ''out there'' and ''on the search'' for some kind of fulfillment, but his bandmates don't know what it is.
Liam Gallagher is still ''out there''.
The Beady Eye singer may have reached 40 last year, but he's not slowing down in his quest for spiritual fulfillment according to bandmate Gem Archer, who has played in a group with him for 12 years.
He said: ''Liam is still out there. He's definitely matured, but he's still got that thing that I can see in Liam, he's just on the search. I don't know what for... It. And I don't know if he'll ever find it. But that's his engine. He's completely restless.''
Liam started Beady Eye with the ex-members of Oasis apart from his brother Noel - who quit the band over a fight they had in2009 - and he is adamant he won't join his sibling next year to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their classic '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?' album.
He told Q magazine: ''The thought of going on stage with that f***ing idiot and hanging out with his daft mates, the pretend drug addicts and snobs from Sloane Street, f**k that, not interested mate. We're Beady Eye all the f***ing way.''