Liam Gallagher

The exguitarrista of Oasis finishes alone keeping awake the first subject of its album debut pertaining to its new race. The song calls ' The death of you and me' and it combines the MGP with sounds country and wind instruments. During the years golden and conflicting of Oasis, Noel Gallagher was nicknamed by its companions of band like " The chief' (' The j ') by its key paper in the composition of the subjects. In addition, those are many that make responsible to him of the great success that obtained the British formation during years 90. After numerous fights and rivalries with its brother and soloist of the group, Liam Gallagher, Noel the band left in 2009 that had given the popularity him, alleging that it was impossible to him to continue working with Liam. Since then, the main author of the songs of Oasis remained in silence, but always with the promise to send an album alone, and to even embark in a second project.

Now, and shortly after which his Liam brother sent his first disc next to the band Beady Eye, the guitarist is developing to the aim his subject debut and first single del that will be its new CD like soloist, High titleholder flying IBRDs. The expectations were high. Josh Franceschi, singer of the You group me AT Six, was developing in its profile of Twitter that had been to Noel in the recording studio, in the contiguous room to hers: " I can listen to Noel touching its new songs. Absolutely alucinante" , tuite. Also it described the new stage as Noel of " preciosa". The new album not yet has arrived at the market, but already The can be listened death of you and me, a piece that takes with a beautiful melody with ramalazos country, but that also contains in its refrain sounds MGP and own beatlemaniacos of Oasis. In the second part, even, the wind instruments take protagonism. Like newness, it is Noel that takes this time takes the microphone to intone the verses. Sight in the video the result. Source of the news: Thus it sounds the new thing of Noel Gallagher, ' exj' of Oasis

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