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Noel Gallagher Shares Video for New Song “Blue Moon Rising”

Blue Moon Rising EP Due Out March 6 via Sour Mash/Caroline

Jan 30, 2020
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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds (aka former Oasis guitarist/singer/songwriter Noel Gallagher) is releasing a new EP, Blue Moon Rising, on March 6 via Sour Mash/Caroline. Now he has shared the EP's title track, "Blue Moon Rising," via a video that features Gallagher, actor Jack O'Connell (Godless'71, Skins) and actress/model Gala Gordon. Dan Cadan and Jonathan Mowatt directed the video. Watch it below.

Gallagher had this to say about the song in a press release: "How it manages to combine the influences of Metallica, The Jesters of Malice, Mantovani, Robinson Crusoe as well as Bob Marley AND The Wailers is literally beyond me... oh, and it's not about City by the way."

Previously Gallagher shared the EP's first single, "Wandering Star," as well as a video for the song that featured a shoplifting Santa Claus (or Father Christmas, since it takes place in England).

Blue Moon Rising is Gallagher's third recent EP. In June 2019 he released Black Star Dancing, which was followed in September 2019 by This Is the Place.

Previously Gallagher shared Black Star Dancing's title track, "Black Star Dancing." Then he shared another song from it, "Rattling Rose," via a lyric video. Plus there was a lyric video for "Sail On." Then he shared This Is the Place's first single, title track "This Is the Place." That was followed by the EP's "A Dream Is All I Need to Get By."

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' last album, Who Built the Moon?, came out back in 2017 via Sour Mash/Caroline.

Read our interview with Noel Gallagher on Who Built the Moon?

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