Noel Gallagher has revealed that he plans to film the premiere of his next album at Abbey Road Studios.
In an interview on The Matt Morgan podcast, the former Oasis guitarist said he and his musicians will have “magical moments” when they consider the successor to the album “Who Built The Moon?” released in 2017.
However, he said it will not resemble Peter Jackson’s “Get Back” documentary series about the Beatles. In particular, we won’t see him writing songs.
“Once he saw me write, he saw everything,” he explained. “It’s the Beatles and Paul McCartney writing ‘Get Back’ while I’m writing an album, which, let’s be honest, with all the goodwill in the world, a lot of people won’t be interested in it.”
Meanwhile, Noel recently demolished the Labor Party and said he plans to start his own political party.
The former guitarist and singer for the band Oasis is a very good friend of former Prime Minister Tony Blair, who easily won the 1997 elections for the Labor Party. The Mancunian singer confided that he had not voted in an election since the politician’s resignation in 2007 and then in 2018. The interpreter of the title ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ also described Jeremy Corbyn as “crazy.” While on Matt Morgan’s podcast, he said: “I hate the Labor Party, they are a disgrace. What they have become now is a disgrace.”
He added: “They betrayed the working classes, they betrayed normal people, and they let these people lead as much as they want. They can’t even run an after-meeting party. I should throw myself, even my own party.”
In 2018, Noel admitted that he could reconcile with his brother Liam to prevent Corbyn from coming to power.
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