Liam Gallaghers teenage son is following in his fathers footsteps, launching his own band that looks set to take the music world by storm.
Gene Gallagher has reportedly enlisted the talent of his best friends to form his own group Grimmo, with the trio already having caught the eye of big names in the business.
The 17-year-old – the Oasis frontmans child with Nicole Appleton – is said to be taking centre stage as lead singer and guitarist, with his friends taking on guitar and drums.
A source told The Sun: Gene has grown up surrounded by music and has always had aspirations to follow in his dads footsteps.
Earlier this year two of his best friends suggested forming a trio. Theyve got a bank of catchy new songs and theres already interest from some big management companies.
Urok – who manage the likes of Liam Gallagher, Jess Glyne and Tom Odell – are supposedly very interested in teen band, as well as Ignition – who once managed Oasis and are now in charge of Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds.
Liam is said to be a big support for his youngest sons venture and has invited the Grimmo trio backstage at recent gigs.
While the new generation of Oasis offspring attempt to break into music, theres still no word on if the rock band – who split up a decade ago – will be reuniting.
Noel Gallagher recently quashed any hope of patching up his tumultuous relationship with his with brother Liam, while at a live Q&A to launch his new book Any Road Will Get Us There (If We Dont Know Where Were Going).
He said: Kids with their dads, all of them dressed in Pretty Green, I was saying to my mam, “Fucking hell, why does he want to get Oasis back together, he must be loaded”.
He added: Every fucker in a parka, the middle of the summer, hat on, four pairs of sunglasses.
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