Getty Images (2) According to Noel Gallagher, there's no festival bill big…
- Posted on May 9th 2011 8:45AM by Matt Glazebrook
The ex-Oasis frontman has insisted that he is "never going [to Glastonbury] again", the NME reports, blaming both the audio quality on the stages at the Worthy Farm event and the festival's popularity with actors, TV stars and the like.
"The sound is s--- and really quiet," Gallagher, who last played the Pilton bash with his old band in 2004, grumbled. "And now it's like Bond Street with mud, with loads of celebrities walking around in their boots and umbrellas. I'm not having it."
Festival enthusiasts desperate to catch Beady Eye needn't be too despondent, however, as the rockers are slated to perform at Scotland's T in the Park in July, the Reading and Leeds festivals in August, and the Somerset House series of concerts in London, also in July.
Beady Eye's debut album, 'Different Gear, Still Speeding,' was released in February.