Beady Eye have announced a series of nationwide tour dates beginning in April.
Formed from the ashes of Oasis, Beady Eye aim to pick up where the Manchester giants left off. Led by Liam Gallagher, the band share similar influences and the same swaggering attitude.
Releasing a free download last year, thousands of fans rushed to grab the first material from Beady Eye. The band completed work on their debut album, announcing details of ‘Different Gear, Still Speeding’.
Due to be released this Spring, Beady Eye will preview the album with their single ‘The Roller’. Out on February 21st, the track has delighted fans with more than 400,000 plays on YouTube alone.
Set to play a series of sold out dates this March, Beady Eye have now added several more dates to their schedule.
Taking place in April, the upcoming tour of Britain and Ireland contains the band’s largest shows to date. Previewing material from their album, the tour opens in Nottingham on April 11th.
Dates in Liverpool and Belfast follow, alongside a two night stand in Dublin. Beady Eye will play Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange on April 18th, with the tour set to hit Leeds just a few nights later.
Finishing in Brighton on April 27th the tour dates will no doubt be in huge demand. Tickets for the initial shows sold out within seconds, with passes being strictly limited to just four per person.
Tickets go on sale from 10am on Friday (Janaury 28th).
Beady Eye are set to play the following shows:
11 Nottingham Rock City
12 Liverpool Guild Of Students
14 Dublin The Olympia Theatre
15 Dublin The Olympia Theatre
17 Belfast Ulster Hall
18 Edinburgh Corn Exchange
20 Newcastle O2 Academy
21 Leeds O2 Academy
23 Newport Centre
24 Wolverhampton Civic
26 Southampton Guildhall
27 Brighton Centre