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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Drop ‘Holy Mountain’ Off Forthcoming Album ‘Who Built The Moon?’

Written by Sam Murphy on October 9, 2017

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have dropped ‘Holy Mountain’, the first track off their forthcoming third album ‘Who Built The Moon?’

Gallagher had previously announced the album and given us a small taste of the record by way of a teaser but now we have the proper, full length single.

It’s the first new song from Gallagher and the band since their 2015 record Chasing Yesterday and it marks a slight shift in sound to something more psychedelic.

This one features legendary British muso Paul Weller on keys and it’s a “joyous” track according to Gallagher himself.

“What’s more joyous than being in love, baby? So, I wrote a song about love and it’s one of the best things that I’ve ever done,” he said.

The track comes just a few days after Noel’s brother Liam dropped his debut solo album As You Were. Liam has already taken a shot at it calling Noel’s new direction, “Psychedelic music by a beige drip.”

The full record is out 24th November and it’s expected to be followed by a world tour.

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