Liam Gallagher's band Beady Eye calls it quits

On October 25 Liam Gallagher announced on his Twitter page, that his English rock band Beady Eye has broken up. The band has made no official statement on both their Facebook page, or official website. Both those sites have not been updated since February.

The band Beady Eye formed in 2009 after Oasis broke up. It consisted of lead vocalist Liam Gallagher, guitarist Gem Archer, guitarist Andy Bell, drummer Chris Sharrock, and bass player Jay Mehler. Gallagher, Archer, Bell, and Sharrock were all former members of Oasis.

This past February the band cancelled their appearance at the 2014 Coachella Music Festival. No specific reason was given for why they pulled out of the festival. Beady Eye's debut studio album, Different Gear, Still Speeding was released in February of 2011. That album features their singles "Bring the Light," "The Roller," and "Millionaire."

Their second and most recent studio album, BE was released in June of 2013. That album was only released overseas, and it did not sell even half as well as the band's debut album. None of the singles from that album charted within the top 100 of the UK Singles Chart. Aside from two studio albums, the band also released an extended play entitled, iTunes Festival: London 2011.