Both Noel Gallagher and Carl Barât have praised Reverend And The Makers' upcoming new album.
The band, led by Jon McClure, is scheduled to release their fifth album and follow up to 2014's 'Thirty Two' October 9.
According to a press release, Noel Gallagher described the record as "like nothing I've heard since the great concept albums of the '60s".
Former Oasis , Noel Galagher said: "So I’m listening to 'Mirrors' for the first time and I'm about 15 minutes in when it dawns on me that this is like something that sounds like nothing I've heard since the great concept albums of the '60s". It's at that point that I may have shit in my smoking jacket! (in fact I think I did actually shit in my Fez!!). Shit title though eh?"
The Libertines' Carl Barât also shared his opinion on the record, saying: "You can always rely on the Reverend for a volley of lyrical grenades, but 'Mirrors' is a magnum opus. He’s a seasoned melodic master too. Just what we needed from Reverend And The Makers".
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In other news, Noel Gallagher said he'd reform Oasis ... for a price and Johnny Marr told us in an exclusive that he'd consider joining Noel's band.
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