Noel Gallagher to play intimate London gig for War Child

Nottinghamshire's Jake Bugg will support Gallagher at Dingwalls

Noel Gallagher to play intimate London gig for War Child

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Noel Gallagher will play an intimate acoustic gig in aid of War Child.

The singer will play Dingwalls in Camden, north London on Tuesday August 14. Support on the night will come from Nottinghamshire newcomer Jake Bugg.

For details of how to win tickets for the event, see xfm.co.uk and noelgallagher.com.

Last month (June 29) two previously unreleased Noel Gallagher tracks appeared online. The songs, which are titled 'God Help Us All' and 'It Makes Me Wanna Cry', were recorded during a soundcheck from one of Gallagher's recent shows.

'God Help Us All', though unreleased, has existed for some time, with Gallagher previously telling NME that he planned to release that and another track titled 'Revolution Song' later this year. Scroll down to listen.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds have a busy festival schedule for the rest of the summer, with slots at V Festival, Jersey Live, Belsonic and Rock En Seine amongst his live plans. He will also embark on a UK tour in September, playing the iTunes Festival on September 12 at London's Roundhouse.

'God Help Us All'



'It Makes Me Wanna Cry'



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