May 10, 2011 12:09

Noel Gallagher shoots music video in California?

Cameraman tweets that ex-Oasis man has filmed his first promo

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Noel Gallagher has apparently shot the music video for his first single.

Cameraman Nito Serna tweeted on Saturday (May 7) via Twitter.com/nitoserna that he was working on a video for the former Oasis man. He wrote: "Music video for Noel Gallagher out at Club Ed. Epic camera, techno crane. Should be an interesting day." The tweet has since been removed.

Club Ed is a permanent film set in California that was originally built for the 1991 film Eye Of The Storm and has been featured in various movies since. Gallagher is believed to have been recording his solo album in Los Angeles recently.



The guitarist's spokesperson has yet to respond to a request to confirm whether the shoot referenced was indeed for the ex-Oasis man's first solo single.

However, the spokesperson did recently deny that a Twitter page set up in Gallagher's name was genuine. The page features a solo album release date of September 12, with some media sources picking up on the unverified information. "It's not official," the spokesperson said. "None of the information on it is correct."

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