Noel Gallagher visits roller derby in ‘Do The Damage’ video – watch

Video was filmed in Los Angeles

The video for Noel Gallagher song ‘Do The Damage’ is streaming online. Watch the video below.

The singer released the new video earlier today – it features the roller derby group LA Derby Dolls and was filmed in Westlake Los Angeles.

‘Do The Damage’ is the B-side to Gallagher’s new single ‘In The Heat Of The Moment’ and will also appear on the deluxe edition release of his forthcoming album ‘Chasing Yesterday’. Speaking about the song, Gallagher previously said: “‘Do The Damage’? It might be the 23rd best song I ever wrote. It was – for about a year – gonna be the opening track on the album until the 22nd best song I ever wrote appeared.”

Details of ‘Chasing Yesterday’ were announced earlier last month. The album will be released on March 2, 2015 under the name of Noel Gallagher & The High Flying Birds.

In addition to the album, details of a UK and Ireland arena tour were also announced with dates in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham and Belfast. Scroll down for full details.

Last week Gallagher said that Russell Brand’s plans for revolution might go the same way as his acting career while also hinting heavily that he wants to play Glastonbury in 2015.

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Noel Gallagher will play:

Belfast Odyssey Arena (March 3)
Dublin 3 Arena (4)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (6)
Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena (7)
Manchester Arena (9)
London O2 Arena (10)

Tickets are available here

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