'Any Road Will Get Us There (If We Don’t Know Where We’re Going)' is coming in November
Noel Gallagher has announced the release of his first ever book, with Any Road Will Get Us There (If We Don’t Know Where We’re Going) coming in November.
Promising “epic, behind-the-scenes tales”, the book will tell the story of High Flying Birds’ recent world tour and the making of his latest, Mercury-nominated album ‘Who Built The Moon?‘. The book also features exclusive images by photographer Sharon Latham.
The synopsis reads:
“The first and only official book from the man responsible for over 70 million albums sales worldwide: Noel Gallagher. This is the behind-the-scenes story of Noel’s biggest ever world tour with his band The High Flying Birds and the making of his critically-acclaimed album ‘Who Built The Moon?’. One of the UK’s most-influential and most-loved artists, Noel has had a momentous year, with his third number one solo album and a 72-date tour across the globe, and this book documents every step of the journey. Through the lens of former official Man City photographer, Sharon Latham, who was granted unprecedented access, this is Noel Gallagher as you’ve never seen him before. Curated by the man himself, the book contains hundreds of unseen, beautiful shots from both on- and off-stage that take the reader right across the USA, Canada, UK & Ireland, Europe, and Southeast Asia, alongside candid interviews and anecdotes from Noel as well as contributions from his band and crew. A must-have book for fans who want to join one of music’s greatest heroes through one of the most memorable moments of his life.”
To launch the book, Gallagher will take part a live Q&A with Will Hodgkinson and Latham on October 23 at Kings Place in London. Visit here for tickets and more information.
Meanwhile, the book can be pre-ordered here.
It was recently announced that Noel and his brother Liam will be the subject of a “psychological exploration” by Lena Dunham.
The Girls actress will be joined by musician Ben Lee for the Los Angeles analysis of the Oasis brothers, which takes place on November 18.
Gallagher also revealed recently that he stumbled across what was thought to be a long-lost solo album in a sock drawer.
Following his departure from Oasis, Gallagher worked on a ‘space rock’ album with production duo Amorphous Androgynous – before claiming that he had destroyed the master. However, he has since found it amid his socks.