And if you're going to see them, NME.COM wants to hear from you...

OASIS are due to restart their US tour tonight (August 11) in NEW YORK, just days after they were injured in a car smash – and NME.COM wants to hear from you if you head to the show.

The band are due to take to the stage at the Roseland in New York, marking the first time Noel Gallagher will have been seen in public since he and bassist Andy Bell and keyboard player Jay Darlington were injured in Indianapolis.

A taxi they were travelling in ran a red light and hit another car head-on last Tuesday (August 6). Noel suffered heavy facial bruising, whiplash and shock in the smash. The injuries were severe enough to lead to the cancellation of three Oasis shows – Indianapolis (August 6), Philadelphia (August 9) and Boston (10). Bell and Darlington’s injuries were less severe than Gallagher’s, but all three were taken by ambulance to the nearby Wishard Memorial Hospital for treatment.

Now, following a few days of rest, the band will restart the blighted US jaunt. Let us know howthe show goes. How does Noel look? What do the band say about the accident? Do the injuries look as though they have affected the performance? Email news@nme.com with your thoughts.