Noel Gallagher says he's 'too busy talking about Temples and Jagwar Ma' to reform Oasis

Jagwar Ma say Noel was their hero growing up

Noel Gallagher says he's 'too busy talking about Temples and Jagwar Ma' to reform Oasis

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Aussie duo Jagwar Ma have responded to Noel Gallagher's claim that he's too busy talking about them and London psych rockers Temples to reform Oasis.

Speaking to NME previously after his Teenage Cancer Trust show last month, in which he united with Damon Albarn for a duet of Blur's 'Tender', Gallagher said whenever he meets his former Oasis bandmates, a reformation is never mentioned because "we're too busy talking about fucking Temples and Jagwar Ma".

Responding to Gallagher's big-up in this week's NME, which is on newsstands now or available digitally, Jagwar Ma's Gabriel Winterfield said: "That's ridiculous. Noel was my hero growing up.

"I'm starting to get a little bit freaked out by people knowing who I am."

Yesterday, Jagwar Ma announced details of their debut album, 'Howlin''. The duo – made up of Winterfield and Jono Ma– will release the LP on June 10, following their appearance at next month's The Great Escape festival in Brighton. Scroll down to listen to their new single 'Man I Need'.

The 'Howlin'' tracklisting is:

'What Love'
'Uncertainty'
'The Throw'
'That Loneliness'
'Come Save Me'
'Four'
'Let Her Go'
'Man I Need'
'Exercise'
'Did You Have To'
'Backwards Berlin'




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