Oasis will release a new single called ‘Go Let It Out’ later this year or early next, according to Noel Gallagher. Noel also revealed that the band’s fourth album, currently being recorded in a French chateau, is provisionally titled ‘Where Did It All Go Wrong?’
Noel talked exclusively to NME‘s Jody Thompson at last week’s Loaded Carling Good Work Fella Awards at the Talk Of London where he was collecting an award for Album Of The Deacade (for ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’) as well as Band Of The Decade and Live Performance of the Decade.
Meanwhile, today’s Daily Mirror reports that a well oiled Liam Gallagher was spotted by two British holidaymakers in the South Of France last week, despite Noel telling everyone that he had been on the wagon for three months.
Liam told them that the new album was like “…Pink Floyd‘s ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’. Fucking brilliant. The best record we have ever done. Do you wanna hear some of it?”
Liam then apparently mumbled some of the songs at the bewildered Brits.
You can read the full NME interview, where Noel talks about the album, new producer Mark ‘Spike’ Stent and his ban on Liam‘s drinking in this week’s issue on sale now in London and across the UK from tomorrow.