Noel Gallagher's single named 'The Death Of You And Me'?

LA production company apparently confirm the news on Facebook

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Noel Gallagher has named his new single 'The Death Of You And Me', according to a production company he has been linked with.

In A Place Productions, a company in Los Angeles, posted a response on their Facebook page to a question about the former Oasis man's new video. They confirmed that they are shooting the clip for the track.

They also said the song was called 'The Death Of You And Me' and that "it wouldn't be out until the end of the summer". The posting has since been taken down, and Gallagher's spokesperson is yet to respond to a request for confirmation or denial on the single title.



The news comes after cameraman Nito Serna recently tweeted via Twitter.com/nitoserna that he was working on a video for Gallagher. He wrote: "Music video for Noel Gallagher out at Club Ed. Epic camera, techno crane. Should be an interesting day." That tweet was also removed soon after it went up.

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.

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