Noel Gallagher has a new album coming out in November

The 9th, if we're being exact.
It seems there’s a new Noel Gallagher record on the way. Speaking to Radio X’s John Kennedy, Noel revealed the so-far-untitled follow-up to 2015’s ‘Chasing Yesterday’ and his 2011 debut ‘Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’, is already finished.

“It’s done, it’s mastered, it’s all done,” he said. “It’s coming out on November the 9th, I’ve been told.”

Very close to the release date for brother Liam’s first solo effort, isn’t it? That’s due out in October. Still, we’re sure it’ll all be fine. It’s not like those two to bicker.

Ahead of the album’s release, Noel will open for U2 on the UK and European leg of their Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary tour.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will open the show at these gigs:


08 London, Twickenham Stadium

09 London, Twickenham Stadium

12 Berlin, Olympic Stadium

15 Rome, Olympic Stadium

16 Rome, Olympic Stadium

18 Barcelona, Olympic Stadium

22 Dublin, Croke Park

25 Paris, Stade De France

26 Paris, Stade De France

29 Amsterdam, Amsterdam Arena

30 Amsterdam, Amsterdam Arena


01 Brussels, Stade Roi-Baudoin

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