He'll be performing material from the brand new album at York Hall - enter the draw for tickets
Cai Trefor
12:56 19th October 2017

Earlier this year Noel Gallagher played a special gig in Metropolis studios, which we were fortunate enough to get a glimpse off. He's continuing his love of playing intimate spaces by opting to play at York Hall in London - and this time he has the full band in tow for a special gig on 1 November. See ticket details below.

Noel Gallagher and The High Flying Birds will be playing a fully amped show in less than two week's time. They will play classics and material from the new album Who Built The Moon?

The venue is tried and tested for this sort of occasion as Arcade Fire played there in the summer. The Montreal band placed themselves in the middle of the room with crowd all around; it will be interesting to see how Noel opts to use the space. 

The gig has been put together by Apple Music and will be filmed for something called On the Record: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds — Who Built The Moon?, set to be relased on Apple Music, exclusively on 24 November, the same day the studio album drops. 



Of the new album, we've only heard 'Holy Mountain' so far, and it has been divisive. There was a Twitter storm when the new single was first released, with some fans hearing similarities to Ricky Martin's 'She Bangs', and, of course Liam has weighed in on the debate claiming it to be "a bit annoying".

Despite the initial cynicism, it is doing well among fans having earned over 700,000 views since its release on 11 October. It'll be a storming addition to their live set, with it sounding more direct, and hard-hitting than a lot of their previous material.

To enter the draw for tickets and for further information, click here. Deadline is 11am on 22 October.