In an interview with ABC News, Noel Gallagher talked about his recent US tour, Oasis reunion rumours, and his third studio album.
“It’s my best-ever-ever American experience,” Gallagher told ABC News. “[T]o do the whole thing in a run has been great. I've really f***ing enjoyed it and I can't thank the people who've come to see me enough,” Gallagher said.
While he said he’s not bothered by the persistent talk of a reunion, he admitted, “It does become a bit monotonous and a bit repetitive to keep, you know, reading stories of, ‘Noel Gallagher quashes Oasis rumors.’ It shouldn't be left to me to quash the rumors all the time, and these rumors spring out of nowhere.”
There was one report which claimed Gallagher and his brother, Liam Gallagher, had reached a “gentlemen’s agreement” to reform the group, but Gallagher asked, “What does that even f***ing mean?”
After his world tour ends, Gallagher will finish work on his next album, for which he said he’s already written “a lot of music.” Though he’s hesitant to reveal too many details about the project, he teased, “It’s been an absolute brand-new way of working for me.It’s something I’ve never done before."
In other news, Johnny Marr revealed to kulbritania that he'd consider joining Noel Gallagher's band.
Source: ABC News