Noel Gallagher confirms more music coming soon as 'two albums' ready to record 

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1 Dec 2023, 16:17

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Noel Gallagher has revealed he’ll be heading straight back into the studio in the new year.

Speaking with The Sun, the former Oasis star appears more than ready to get recording some more music.

Explaining that during the pandemic he wrote so many songs that he now has “another two albums-worth of material” to release following his band the High Flying Birds’ June 2023 album Council Skies, Noel said he'll be heading back to the studio in January.

“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,” the paper quoted him as saying.

“In the pandemic there was nothing to do all day so I just wrote songs,” he explained. “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,” he finished.

Noel and the High Flying Birds are about to head off on a UK arena tour, during which they will visit London’s OVO Arena, Cardiff’s Utilita Arena and Glasgow’s OVO Hydro, plus more.

The tour begins in London on 14th December and comes to an end a week later on Thursday 21st December in Liverpool. Tickets are still available for the band’s Leeds and Glasgow gigs, but are sold out elsewhere.

Meanwhile Oasis are currently celebrating the 25th anniversary of their album The Masterplan. Plus with 2024 bringing with it the 30th anniversary of their debut album Definitely Maybe, Noel’s brother Liam has revealed he’ll be going on tour across the UK celebrating the album next summer.