Noel Gallagher’s new song ‘The Death Of You And Me’ debuts online

The first single to be released from Noel Gallagher’s eagerly awaited first solo record has surfaced online today.

After Oasis’ fiery disbandment in 2009, Noel retreated from the public eye and avoided confrontation with his brother, Liam. Two years on from the split Noel has now finished his first solo record, and has promised a second in 2012.

This first single, “The Death Of You And Me”, is reminiscent of the Oasis track “The Importance Of Being Idle” released in 2005, which has overtones of Ray Davies and UK indie band The Coral.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – The Death Of You And Me

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds “The Death Of You And Me” released on Sour Mash Records with a digital bundle is released on 21st August and CD single and 7″ – 22nd August.

You can find Noel online here:
http://www.noelgallagher.com
http://www.facebook.com/noelgallaghermusic
http://www.myspace.com/noelgallagher
http://twitter.com/noelgallagher
http://www.youtube.com/noelgallaghertv

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About Richard Perkins

Richard Perkins is the founder of Bath Guitar School and has worked for the International Guitar Foundation, Brit Awards, Rockschool, B&NES Council, Mid Somerset Festival, Bath Music Plus, and appeared on BBC and ITV television and radio programming as well as being featured in Guitar Techniques, Total Guitar, Venue, Bath Life magazines and the Bath Chronicle newspaper. Richard is a graduate of the Commercial Music degree programme at Bath Spa University and has a HND in Popular Music from Oxford College.
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