Noel Gallagher has handpicked his very own Man City playlist, which will be blared out at the Etihad Stadium on matchdays.
The lifelong, die-hard Citizen, who, along with his High Flying Birds band, will release their third album ‘Who Built The Moon?‘ on November 24, has chosen 12 tracks to get the fans and the team motivated ahead of kick-off.
From those dozen selections, two – ‘Holy Mountain‘ and ‘Fort Knox‘ – are from the new High Flying Birds album, with the other 10 – including Jungle‘s ‘Busy Earnin” and AC/DC‘s ‘What’s Next to the Moon‘ – covering a variety of genres.
The former Oasis frontman regularly attends the current Premier League leader’s matches and has previously interviewed former striker Mario Balotelli and current boss Pep Guardiola.
Now the Sky Blue blooded Noel has provided his fellow supporters with a soundtrack to their home matchdays.
Noel entered the national consciousness with Oasis in 1994; the same year as Forrest Gump, the sitcom Friends and the Channel Tunnel. Yet, 23 years later, he has evolved musically far more than those other three things put together.
‘Who Built The Moon?’ doesn’t sound like anything we’ve ever heard before from Noel. This is exciting, mature, box-fresh Rock ‘n’ ROLL that sounds totally now. Not so much a nod to the past, more an enthusiastic handshake with the future.