Noel Gallagher reveals deluxe edition tracklist for new album ‘Chasing Yesterday’

Three bonus tracks will feature on special release

The deluxe edition tracklist for Noel Gallagher‘s new album ‘Chasing Yesterday’ has been revealed.

Gallagher announced details of his new album, which will be released on March 2, 2015 under the name of Noel Gallagher & The High Flying Birds, during a Facebook Q&A in London earlier this week (October 13).

The album, which features new single ‘In The Heat Of The Moment’ plus Johnny Marr on the track ‘Ballad Of The Mighty I’ will feature three additional tracks for those who purchase the deluxe edition. These tracks are titled ‘Do The Damage’, ‘Revolution Song’ and ‘Freaky Teeth’. See below for a full tracklist.

In addition to the album, details of a UK arena tour were also announced with dates in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham and Belfast. Tickets go on sale from 9am this morning (October 17). Scroll down for full details.

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‘Chasing Yesterday’ tracklist

‘Riverman’
‘In The Heat Of The Moment’
‘The Girl With X-Ray Eyes’
‘Lock All The Doors’
‘The Dying Of The Light’
‘The Right Stuff’
‘While The Song Remains The Same’
‘The Mexican’
‘You Know We Can’t Go Back’
‘Ballad Of The Mighty I’
‘Do The Damage’ (Bonus Track)
‘Revolution Song’ (Bonus Track)
‘Freaky Teeth’ (Bonus Track)

Noel Gallagher will play:

Belfast, Odyssey Arena (March 3)
Dublin, 3 Arena (4)
Nottingham, Capital FM Arena (6)
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (7)
Manchester, Arena, (9)
London, O2 Arena (10)

Tickets are available here

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