HE’S the Prime Minister of modern rock ’n’ roll, the mastermind behind the most brilliant tracks of a generation and one of the most cuttingly observant minds in music, so I’m thrilled to reveal Noel Gallagher is back doing what he does best.
The guitar legend will today unveil a brilliant return with new single “We’re On Our Way Now”.
He sings: “Remember what might have been, had I walked you home and said I’d see you later? You were living the dream, but when the morning comes, you’re gonna meet your maker.
“Good luck in the afterlife.”
In lyrics evoking memories of classic Oasis from the What’s The Story era, Noel adds: “I hear the morning sun, doesn’t cast no shadow. You chose to drift away, but look at you now.”
The record is the first new track from a forthcoming greatest hits collection marking his band High Flying Birds’ decade in music — with a debut public listen today on Radio 2’s breakfast show.
Fans waiting to hear it can rest assured this is Noel at his guitar-driven best.
I’m told that the full Best Of record, which will provide an anthology of his time post-Oasis, alongside a couple of fresh songs, will be out this summer — with a TV special of Jools Holland’s Later show planned for May 14.
Source: The Sun