Ringo Starr's drummer son Zak Starkey has formed a new band with his girlfriend and daughter, three months after quitting British rockers Oasis.
The 42-year-old walked away from the Wonderwall hitmakers after a bust-up with Noel and Liam Gallagher.
But he's back behind his drum-kit after unveiling new group Penguins - which includes his girlfriend Sharna Liguz on vocals and his daughter Tatia on bass.
Starkey tells British magazine The NME, "Penguins is about having a good time, and that's what we're doing."
Tatia Starkey also currently plays bass for unsigned London rock band Belakiss.