Noel Gallagher says new record has an “orchestral” sound

Noel Gallagher says new record has an “orchestral” sound

Noel Gallagher has spoken about his next High Flying Birds album saying that it has an “orchestral” sound.

During a recent interview with the Daily Star, Noel Gallagher gave us some more infos on his forthcoming full-length project.

“There is a track on the album called ‘Dead To The World’, which is one of the best songs I have ever written,”

“It gives people goosebumps. It’s quite orchestral and a bit like Midnight Cowboy.”

Noel continued: “The whole album has got a vibe. There’s 10 songs and six of them have got strings.

The Mancunian singer admitted that he made a “conscious decision” to head in a more orchestral direction following ‘Who Built The Moon?’, which Gallagher described as being “quite electronic and psychedelic” with “beats and all that kind of things”.

“People are coming to the studio and you play them the track and they’re like, ‘Fucking hell! I’m getting goosebumps listening to that’,” he said. “I forget because I’m so into [it] now that it’s just a bunch of songs that I want to finish so I can write some more.”

Source: NME

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