Oasis to hit studio this month

Liam Gallagher wants to get going on new album

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Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has revealed the band are likely to get started on their new studio album this month.

The rock giants release their Best Of compilation ‘Stop The Clocks’ on November 20, but Gallagher is keen to get started on the follow-up ‘proper’ to 2005’s ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’.

He told NME's sister magazine Uncut: “I reckon we’re going to start doing something this month, go to our studio. It’s the bollocks. Fuckin’ old Tudor ranch in High Wycombe, fucking stay there and get it done. Just got to wait for Noel to finish his tunes I suppose.”

Speaking about ‘Stop The Clocks’, which marks the end of the band’s deal with SonyBMG, Gallagher added: “I want to get this (album) out of the fucking way, it’s doing my head in. To me, it’s the last of however fucking long, the last 16 years of that label, that’s done. We can start again.”

Uncut is on sale now in all good newsagents, priced £4.20. See Uncut.co.uk for more information.

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