In the summer of 2009, shortly before going onstage at the Paris' Rock en Seine festival, a violent fight broke out between brothers and band members Noel and Liam Gallagher. The altercation was so severe that shortly thereafter, famed musician Noel Gallagher permanently departed from their hit band Oasis, claiming, "I simply could not go on working with Liam a day longer."
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In the new lineup, Gallagher remains on lead vocals, with Archer on guitar, backing vocals, piano, and bass, Wootten on backup bass guitar and Matt Jones on keyboard. Former Oasis bassist Bell, will trade in his bass for a guitar. The fall of 2010, the band entered London RAK studios to record their new album, produced by Steve Lillywhite. While Gallagher admits that he has never made an album without his brother, he believes the band will succeed because the music is, "in our DNA now." Before their official debut,Chanel sacs France 57_3865, the group admitted there was some struggle over what to call the new band after the breakup of the first, but in 2010 they settled on the name Beady Eye, permanently distancing them from Oasis.
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