Oasis deny 2007 single

‘No plans’ to release ‘Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’ track

Oasis have denied reports that they will release a new single next year.

It had been suggested that the group would release Noel Gallagher-fronted ’Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’, which features in the band’s road movie of the same name, early next year.

However while it is understood the film is set to appear on DVD, a spokesperson for the band told NME.COM a musical release was unlikely stating: “There are currently no plans to release a new single right now.”

Oasis, who are set to receive the Outstanding Contribution To Music Award at next year’s BRITS in February, are currently without a record deal after their best of ’Stop The Clocks’ fulfilled their contract with SonyBMG.

Meanwhile Noel Gallagher also saught to quash speculation about another of his unreleased tracks.

’Stop The Clocks’ was written during the sessions for the 2005 album ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’, but was not included on that, or the recent compilation of the same name, and the guitarist warned fans not to expect too much.

“Every time I write a new song I say it’s the best ever,” he told The Sun’s Something For The Weekend. “But it’s not the best thing I’ve ever written. There are about ten versions and I can’t decide on one. It’s a good song, the lyrics are great.”