Former Oasis songwriter Noel Gallagher has taken a whole new turn with the tracks from his upcoming album “Who Built The Moon?” The album is set to be released on November 24th and producer David Holmes said in a statement about the album “People are going to be surprised…I think people love Noel and they’re desperate for him to make a really big, bold, up-tempo beast of a record.”
The song is packed full of synth sounds and a heavy but relatively slow tempo drum beat throughout. The song opens with sirenesque strings, giving the song a more psychedelic rock vibe. It completely unlike any other song he has ever written and yet you can still hear hints of his former 90s Britpop roots. The song offers very little lyrically but what it lacks in this area, it certainly makes up for in the multifaceted sounds on offer.
The song is said to be inspired by Kanye West, following a conversation about his song ‘The Power’. The album also features guest appearances from Paul Weller and Johnny Marr.
To celebrate the release of his third LP, Noel Gallagher and his band are due to embark on a world tour, beginning in February however, he is returning to the UK April to perform around the country. See his list of UK tour dates below:
22nd April 2018 – Brighton Centre Brighton, UK
24th April 2018 – The SSE Hydro Glasgow, UK
25th April 2018 – AECC BHGE Arena Aberdeen, UK
27th April 2018 – SSE Arena, Wembley London, UK
30th April 2018 – Motorpoint Arena Nottingham Nottingham, UK
01st May 2018 – Arena Birmingham Birmingham, UK
03rd May 2018 – Metro Radio Arena Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
04th May 2018 – Manchester Arena Manchester, UK
06th May 2018 – Motorpoint Arena Cardiff Cardiff, UK
07th May 2018 – First Direct Arena Leeds, UK
09th May 2018 – SSE Arena Belfast, UK
10th May 2018 – 3Arena Dublin, Ireland