A few months ago, ex-Oasis guitarist Bonehead announced he formed a new band called Parlour Flames. On Saturday night, Parlour Flames played their first show at the Royal Pavilion Tavern in Brighton, U.K. Unfortunately, video from the gig hasn't surfaced, though you can check out an interview with Bonehead over at The Argus. In the interview Bonehead talked a bit about his days in Oasis, revealing he has no regrets about leaving the band in 1999:
“I’ve no regrets. It was a bit weird after I left and the band got Andy [Bell] and Gem [Archer]"
Bonehead said he's still good friends with Liam Gallagher and he went to Beady Eye's debut gig in Glasgow. The two also recently hung out at a recent Stone Roses' gig. As for Parlour Flames, Bonehead reports a lot of songs have been written for the band's debut, though he didn't offer up any concrete release details.
Read the full Parlour Flames article here.