August 9, 2012 8:37

Noel Gallagher says his Amorphous Androgynous collaboration album may never be released

The High Flying Birds man says he's 'still not happy with any of the mixes' on the album

Noel Gallagher says his Amorphous Androgynous collaboration album may never be released

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Noel Gallagher has revealed that his collaboration album with psychedelic producers Amorphous Androgynous may never be released.

The former Oasis man announced that he would be releasing the collaboration at the same time as he announced his debut solo album last year and described it as "fucking far out". However, he has now said it is unlikely to ever see the light of day.

Having previously said he was unhappy with the way the album was sounding, the guitarist has said that nothing has changed in that regard and, due to the extensive nature of his current tour, he has had no time to work on the tracks.

He told The Sun when asked about the album: "It was supposed to be delivered the night I did that press conference and I hadn’t been involved in any of the mixing at that point due to being busy with other things. Anyway, it was a toss-up whether to announce it in the first place, but I just thought fuck it, I've done it, let’s announce it."

He continued: "But since then I've been on the road and because of that I’ve not been in the mixing, and I’m not happy with any of the mixes. They’re going backward and forward so then the plan was to get mixing done after the tour, but this tour has gone on so long that there’s been no time, and that means looking at it next year. But by then I fear the moment may have passed."

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds embark on a UK tour in September. He will also play the iTunes Festival on September 12 at London's Roundhouse and will tour the US alongside Snow Patrol later this year.

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