Noel Gallagher, the man who once made up fifty percent of the core of 90’s band Oasis, and who used to walk with his arms dragging along the ground. Oasis, the band that made Harry Potter’s 1960’s hairstyle famous again. You remember them I’m sure. Today, Noel, the man who no longer likes his brother, the other fifty percent of the core of Oasis, Liam, suggests he and High Flying Birds (whomever they are) are making a comeback – in Manchester.
As per BBC, and you know that if it’s stated by the BBC, it’s good to be spot on, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have announced a special homecoming event in Manchester, UK next year, marking the band’s first show in four years. This is exciting for those who are fans of the band.
The comeback concert is booked for 26 August in the city’s Wythenshawe Park – almost one year from now. Don’t wish your life away fans. Even though the day is far into the distant future remain in the present.
The supporting line-up will include Primal Scream and American pop band Future Islands. Now, where Future Islands exist is anyone’s guess.
The former Oasis guitarist Noel, and co-vocalist announced the date in a tweet for twits on Wednesday evening, urging fans: “Don’t miss out!” Enough said, wouldn’t you agree.
Of course they wouldn’t want you to miss out. A non-sell out is not the end goal. The goal is a full house of former Oasis fans turned High Flying maniacs. Who knows, perhaps Liam may show up, an onstage battle ensues and hey presto! You’ve got Oasis right back in the headlines and ruling British music all over again as geriatrics.