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At a press conference in London last week, NOEL GALLAGHER officially announced the release of his first solo album project since the split in 2009 of the mega-platinum UK band, Oasis. NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDS, the album eponymously named for Noel’s current working band, will be released on 08 November on Sour Mash/Mercury Records/Universal Music Canada.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will tour this autumn in support of the album with dates to be announced in the months ahead.  At the press conference, Noel stated that the band would be performing classic Oasis tracks along with his new solo material. “I’m proud of them and of what they mean to people,” he said of the Oasis repertoire. “I’ll never do a gig without playing them. They’re like drugs to me.”  Fans can click here to see the press conference in its entirety:

NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDS was recorded in London and completed in Los Angeles during 2010 and the first half of 2011.  The album was co-produced by Noel and David Sardy, who produced the last Oasis album, Dig Out Your Soul (2008).

The new album contains ten tracks:
1. Everybody's On The Run
2. Dream On
3. If I Had A Gun...
4. The Death Of You And Me
5. (I Wanna Live In A Dream In My) Record Machine)
6. AKA… What A Life!
7. Soldier Boys And Jesus Freaks
8. AKA…Broken Arrow
9. (Stranded On) The Wrong Beach
10. Stop The Clocks.

As songwriter, guitarist and producer of Oasis since the band’s inception in 1993, Noel Gallagher was at the helm for their global success. For 15 years – from the launch of their first indie UK singles in 1994 (“Supersonic”, “Shakermaker”, “Live Forever”, “Cigarettes & Alcohol” and “Whatever”) to their final shows together in the summer of 2009.

Over the course of their seven consecutive UK #1 studio albums – Definitely Maybe (1994), (What's the Story) Morning Glory? (1995), Be Here Now (1997), Standing on the Shoulder of Giants (2000), Heathen Chemistry (2002), Don't Believe the Truth (2005), and Dig Out Your Soul (2008) – and one live double-album, Familiar To Millions (2000) – Oasis sold over 70 million records worldwide, including near 40x-platinum cumulative album sales and over 7 million single sales in the UK, and 7x-platinum album sales in the U.S. and Canada.  The band’s second album, (What's the Story) Morning Glory? has sold over 22 million copies worldwide.

Oasis charted 22 consecutive Top 10 UK hits from 1995 to 2008 (including eight #1s), creating an astounding historical record. The band logged 765 total weeks on the UK singles and albums charts from 1995 to 2005, including 177 cumulative weeks for Definitely Maybe; and 145 cumulative weeks for (What's the Story) Morning Glory?.