August 11, 2008 8:56

Oasis release first ever official remix

Gallaghers brothers announce 'Shock Of The Lightning' single details

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Oasis are to release their first ever official remix with new single 'The Shock Of The Lightning'.

The track, out September 29, will feature a Chemical Brothers remix of 'Falling Down' – a track from forthcoming album 'Dig Out Your Soul' - as its B-side.

Although there have been several unofficial and bootleg remixes during Oasis' career, this is the first time the band officially allowed outside producers access to one of their songs.

The single will be available on CD, seven-inch vinyl and download formats. Fans who download the single from Oasis' official website, Oasisinet.com, will be able to download the promo video to 'The Shock Of The Lightning' as well.

The band have also confirmed that they will tour the UK this year. Keep checking NME.COM for details of the tour as they are announced.

'The Shock Of The Lightning' will get its global radio debut this Friday (August 15) at 8.15am (BST).

The album, 'Dig Out Your Soul', will be released on October 6.

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