Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have announced third album, ‘Who Built The Moon’ will be released later this years, accompanied by a huge UK and Ireland arena tour in 2018.

Since leaving Oasis, the older of the Gallagher brothers has already seen success with a self titled 2011 album, followed by ‘Chasing Yesterday’ in 2015. This third instalment will be released on November 24, barely a month after younger brother Liam’s first solo effort, ‘As You Were’.

The tracklist also reveals that Smiths’ guitarist Johnny Marr will feature on Harmonica, with Paul Weller on Organ.

Full Tracklist
1. Fort Knox
2. Holy Mountain (Featuring Paul Weller on organ)
3. Keep On Reaching
4. It’s A Beautiful World
5. She Taught Me How To Fly
6. Be Careful What You Wish For
7. Black & White Sunshine
8. Interlude (Wednesday Part 1)
9. If Love Is The Law (Featuring Johnny Marr on harmonica)
10. The Man Who Built The Moon
11. End Credits (Wednesday Part 2)
Bonus track:
Dead In The Water (Live at RTÉ 2FM Studios, Dublin)

You can watch the trailer for the album Here.

Alongside the announcement of the album was confirmation of another 12 date High Flying Birds tour, which gets underway at the Brighton Centre on April 22 of next year and covers the whole of the UK as well as culminating in Ireland on May 10.

Tickets go on sale this Friday (September 29) and after the controversy surrounding the speed at which his brothers tickets sold out earlier this month, it is recommended you are quick if you want one.

Full Tour Details

Sun 22 April 2018 Brighton, Brighton Centre
Tue 24 April 2018 Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
Wed 25 April 2018 Aberdeen, BHGE Arena
Fri 27 April 2018 London, The SSE Arena Wembley
Mon 30 April 2018 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
Tue 1 May 2018 Birmingham, Birmingham Arena
Thu 3 May 2018 Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
Fri 4 May 2018 Manchester, Manchester Arena
Sun 6 May 2018 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
Mon 7 May 2018 Leeds, First Direct Arena
Wed 9 May 2018 Belfast, The SSE Arena
Thu 10 May 2018 Dublin, 3Arena

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