Watch Noel Gallagher perform ‘Holy Mountain’ and get mistaken for Liam on ‘The Graham Norton Show’

The High Flying Birds appeared on the chat show last night

Noel Gallagher performed his new single ‘Holy Mountain’ on last night’s The Graham Norton Show – before being mistaken for Liam and discussing his “obsessed” brother. Check out the footage below.

The former Oasis guitarist released his new High Flying Birds album ‘Who Built the Moon?’ last month (November 24), reaching number one in the UK. Read the NME review of the album here.

In promotion of his new record, Gallagher appeared as the musical guest on Graham Norton’s BBC 1 chat show. Following a performance of lead single ‘Holy Mountain’, he joined fellow guests Jack Black, Dwayne Johnson, Jessica Chastain, Dawn French, Rebel Wilson and Kevin Hart on the sofa.

“What’s the Jack Black connection,” Norton said, attempting to prompt an anecdote out of Gallagher. “Do we have a history?” Black asked, before Gallagher shut him down. “It’s nice to meet you.”

While Gallagher admitted that his children are fans of School of Rock, Black cleared things up, saying: “Now it’s embarrassing – it was his brother, Liam.”

After claiming that people getting them mixed up is a “daily occurrence”, Gallagher went on to discuss the ongoing sibling rivalry – calling his younger brother “obsessed”. “He’ll be watching this now, can we all say hello to him?”

Watch the full clip below.

After Noel appeared on the show back in May to perform with Gorrilaz, Liam took to Twitter to air his views on the former Brit Pop rivals’ collaborative track ‘We Got The Power’, saying: “fucking hell bruv you have seriously lost the plot man”. Last month, Liam responded Noel’s infamous scissor-playing bandmate –  joking that he had “somebody sharpening a pencil” in his own band.

 

Elsewhere, Liam recently said that he wants his brother to “come to his fucking senses” for Christmas.