Ex-Oasis man Noel Gallagher 'banging out tunes' in LA studio

You Me At Six singer says his band are working in same studio as Gallagher

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Noel Gallagher is working on new material in Los Angeles, according to You Me At Six singer Josh Franceschi.

Last night (March 23) Franceschi wrote on Twitter.com/joshmeatsix that the ex-Oasis man was working in the same studio as his band.

"Can hear Noel from Oasis blasting his new tunes from the studio next door," he wrote. "Absolutely mental."

The Surrey quintet are currently recording their third album in the US city.

Last month Gallagher claimed that he hadn't started work on his solo album yet. His brother Liam, now fronting Beady Eye, said he reckoned that he had, though.

Also last November Miles Kane said he'd been working with Noel on his first post-Oasis solo album.

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