Noel Gallagher to film making of new album at Abbey Road
Noel Gallagher has revealed that he plans to film the making of his upcoming album at Abbey Road Studios.
In a new interview on Matt Morgan’s podcast, the former Oasis guitarist said the “magical moments” of him and his band recorded the long-awaited sequel to “Who Built The Moon? Of 2017 will be documented.
But he insisted that unlike Peter Jackson’s recent Disney + docu series, The Beatles: Come Back, there will be no record of him putting pen to paper.
“Me writing, once you’ve seen it for an hour, you’ve seen it,” he said. “It’s the Beatles and Paul McCartney is writing ‘Get Back’ and I’m writing a record that, frankly, with the best will in the world, not many people will care.
“Me, playing the same five chords I’ve used all my life saying, ‘The sun, through the rain, can’t buy fame. “. . ‘, it does not have the same gravity.
He also said the new album is being written and that he plans to record it next month.
Gallagher went on to say that he had written a few acoustic ballads, adding, “One is one of my favorite songs I’ve ever written, it has great chords and it’s very, very sad.
“In the verses the music is quite sad and the feeling in the verses is quite strong, but in the chorus the music is quite uplifting and the words are quite sad. It’s a fucking great song.
Elsewhere in the interview, he called Labor a “fucking shame” for allowing the Tories to come to power.
Meanwhile, Gallagher is also set to hit the road for a tour of the UK in 2022.
He will play:
4 – Margam, Wales, In It Together Festival
9 – Newcastle, rock’n’roll circus
11 – Dundee, summer sessions
12 – Staffordshire, Cannock Chase Forest
15 – Cornwall, Eden project
16 – Cheshire, Delamere Forest
18 – Colwyn Bay, Stadiwm Eirias
19 – London, Hampstead Heath Kenwood
21 – Halifax, the room of the play
22 – Bristol, Bristol Sounds