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[url=]OASIS are to play a huge NEW YORK date, NME.COM can exclusively reveal.
The band, who will tour the UK in June and July, will also play at the New York Madison Square Garden on June 22. Support at the show will come from Bob Dylan.
Tickets go on sale on February 12.
The band’s as-yet-untitled LP will hit the shops on May 16 and features 12 songs written by Noel, singer Liam guitarist Gem Archer and bassist Andy Bell.
Noel Gallagher said: “The finished album is my favourite one of the last four. Because we’re all contributing to the songwriting there’s a different feel to it. In fact the only songs that sound like Oasis are Andy Bell’s funnily enough.
“I’ve been listening to a lot of [/a] last year, Liam was obviously some guy who used to be in a band in Liverpool, Gem’s a very rock and roll but not in a [a] way if you know what I mean. Andy’s just sound like Oasis, which is great.”
Oasis will head out on a UK stadium tour in the summer, having sold over 330,000 tickets for the dates. The shows are Glasgow Hampden Park (June 29), City Of Manchester Stadium (30, July 2-3), Southampton Rose Bowl Stadium (6) and Milton Keynes National Bowl (9-10).
Noel said that the group have “bagged some magnificent support bands” for the tour, though did not reveal the exact names.