Noel Gallagher: ‘I’m bringing my sons to Ireland so they can throw stuff at cows’

The singer plans an unusual trip to visit his grandmother

Noel Gallagher reportedly wants to bring his sons on a trip to Ireland so they can “throw stuff at cows”.

According to The Sun, Gallagher is planning a trip to visit his grandmother in County Mayo, Ireland to bond with his sons Sonny and Donovan in an unusual way.

He said:

At my grandma’s in Mayo we’d run around throwing stuff at cows. See, we don’t get cows in Manchester, so if you see one you just throw stuff at them. I’m looking forward to bringing my sons over so they can throw stuff at cows as well.

Gallagher is set to release a new B-Sides compilation EP next month, which is titled ‘Songs From The Great White North’. The EP, which contains four tracks in total, will be released on 12′ vinyl to celebrate this year’s Record Store Day, which happens on April 21.

Noel Gallagher recently received the Godlike Genius Award at the NME Awards 2012, where he played a seven-song set, featuring both Oasis and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds hits. You can watch a video interview with him from the night by clicking on the video player below.