Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have announced a new set of UK tour dates for May, all of which will take place in intimate, all-seater venues.
Gallagher is currently in studios in both London and LA writing and recording new material for the follow-up to the High Flying Birds’ third album ‘Who Built the Moon?’, which came out in November 2017.
New material is likely to be aired at the band’s upcoming tour dates, which will see Gallagher’s 11-piece band all present and correct. The tour will take place in all-seater venues, and will include Gallagher’s first ever live show at The London Palladium.
Support on all four dates will come from Gaz Coombes.
Tickets for the new dates will go on sale on Monday (February 18) at 10am from here – check out the dates below.
7 EDINBURGH, PLAYHOUSE
8 LLANDUDNO, VENUE CYMRU
9 THE LONDON PALLADIUM
11 HULL, BONUS ARENA
The High Flying Birds’ domestic live itinerary for 2019 already includes a headline slot at the 2019 Isle of Wight Festival, which takes place in June. They’ll share headlining duties across the weekend with Biffy Clyro and George Ezra.
Earlier this week, Gallagher voiced his view about which record is “the most influential album of all time” – declaring that the Sex Pistols‘ ‘Never Mind The Bollocks’ is worthy of that lofty title.