Liam Gallagher visits planetarium

London: Rocker Liam Gallagher has taken his band to a trip to the Royal Observatory and Planetarium here.

The 40-year-old singer and his `Beady Eye` bandmates went to the planetarium for an interactive tour of the stars and planets and learnt how those objects have been landed on Mars, reported the Daily Star.

"It`s not the place you`d expect to see a rock star like Liam. Perhaps he was getting inspiration for his music," a visitor to the planetarium said.

"Everyone was shocked when he swaggered through, looking mesmerised as he peered through the telescopes. He even got to see the birth of a star," the visitor added.

Gallagher has previously said that he is taking Beady Eye`s music in a "psychedelic" direction, and looking at different influences when it has been time to record.

"We`ve gone for the full Pink Floyd trip, man. There`s the psychedelic stuff and then the rock `n` roll bangers. Our producer Dave called up our manager and told him to get a brass band round sharpish one day.

"If it makes it a better record, I`m having it, man. I`m buzzing for it. It`s going to blow people`s minds," he added.


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