Noel Gallagher has made it clear that he will be recording a solo album next year during the early moments. The former Oasis member had recently released his latest album with the High Flying Birds, ‘Council Skies’. He plans to make its follow-up already, and it would be interesting to see how it turns out.
According to NME, Noel Gallagher spoke to The Sun, and had a lot to say about this. He talked about it via Music News, and said, “I’ve had to stop writing because I need to get these songs recorded and get them out there so I can write some more. In the pandemic there was nothing to do all day so I just wrote songs. There’s another two albums-worth of material there. I think I’m going to be back in the studio in January, so we’ll see where it goes from there.”
Gallagher recently shared the single ‘We’re Gonna Get There in the End’, taken from ‘Council Skies’. Gallagher and the High Flying Birds are set to hit the road this month for a UK arena tour. Oasis came out with the 25th anniversary reissue of ‘The Masterplan’, which had B-sides of their first three albums, ‘Definitely Maybe’ (1994), ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’ (1995) and ‘Be Here Now’ (1997).
Noel Gallagher announced an anniversary reissue of the band’s debut album ‘Definitely Maybe’. Liam Gallagher also plans to hit the road for a ‘Definitely Maybe’ tour across the UK next summer. Liam plans to go across and sing through all the songs of the album, but he has categorically mentioned that he wouldn’t be doing solo material at the shows. It needs to be seen what the former Oasis member has in mind as he embarks on the tour next summer.
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