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26 October 2018, 11:25
The Oasis songsmith's follow-up to his Who Built The Moon? album is on its way. Find out more about it here...
Noel Gallagher has revealed that he's begun work on his fourth solo album.
After embarking on his biggest world tour to date with his High Flying Birds and releasing his first official this year, the former Oasis guitarist and songsmith has already set to work on his next studio effort.
Find out everything we know about album number four, which follows his previous records Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds (2011), Chasing Yesterday (2015) and Who Built The Moon? (2017):
Speaking to the Daily Star, Gallagher revealed: "I’m due in the studio in January..."
Speaking about his new album at a Q&A for his first official book, Any Road Will Get Us There (If We Don't Know Where We're Going), Gallagher said he hoped the album would be out in 2019.
As revealed to the Daily Star and various other outlets, David Holmes - who worked with Noel on his last album - will return for production duties.
Back in February the Ballad of The Mighty I singer also told NME music sounds like "if The Police and The Cure" were in the same band.
At his recent book Q&A in October, he teased further details, telling the crowds it had a "70s disco" feel.
There's no word on the name yet, but be reckon the Manchester legend will be thinking long and hard about it.
After all, he'll need to if he doesn't want to end up hating it like he does with his Chasing Yesterday LP.
As reported by NME, he revealed: “As soon as it went out, I thought, ‘I hate it’"
Watch Noel Gallagher talking about working on his Who Built The Moon album here: