Former Oasis rhythm guitarist Bonehead will release an album with his band The Parlour Flames late this year.
According to NME.com, the band is made up of Bonehad, aka Paul Arthurs, and Salford-based singer songwriter and poet Vinny Peculiar.
In a statement about his new band, Arthurs said: "This is the first time in a while its felt totally right what I’m doing and the music sounds fantastic. Vinny is such a talented singer songwriter and together we have come up with something we can both be truly proud of."
He added: "The album took a while to come to fruition. Core vocals, guitar, piano, bass and keyboard parts were played by ourselves with guest performances from 'Bob the Brass' on trumpet/fugal horn, Semay Woo on cello’s and Anna Zweck [Samson & Delilah] on flute. The drums were played by Chorlton beat-poet in residence Che Beresford [Badly Drawn Boy]. We are really pleased with the results."
Bonehead left Oasis in 1999 during the recording of fourth Oasis album Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants. He was replaced by Gem Archer.
More info: Parlour Flames Facebook page.