Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have been announced as the latest headliners for the 2020 Eden Sessions. They will play at the home of the famous Biomes on Tuesday, June 23rd 2020, accompanied by special guests Working Men’s Club. Tickets go on sale at 4pm on Tuesday February 11th available from www.edensessions.com . This will be Noel’s second appearance at the Eden Sessions at the Eden Project in Cornwall, following a landmark show with Oasis in 2009.
Last week Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds released brand new single ‘Blue Moon Rising’, the title track from the forthcoming EP of the same name. Listen to the single here – https://nghfb.lnk.to/bmrpr
Noel says of the single: “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.”
An accompanying video for the track is also out now, starring acclaimed actor Jack O’Connell and actress/model Gala Gordon. Shot at London’s Scala and directed by Dan Cadan and Scully, the narrative is a game of power play, charged with drama, 70’s undertones and cinematic flare. Watch the video here – https://nghfb.lnk.to/watchbmrpr
The new single is taken from the ‘Blue Moon Rising’ EP, which is released from 6th March 2020 and available to pre-order now from https://nghfb.lnk.to/epbmrpr . The EP features recent single ‘Wandering Star’ – https://nghfb.lnk.to/wanderingstarpr – as well as remixes of the title track, and is available digitally and on limited edition vinyl formats.
The full EP track-listing is:
1. Blue Moon Rising
2. Wandering Star
3. Come On Outside
4. Blue Moon Rising (The Reflex Revision)
5. Blue Moon Rising (7” Mix)
Live dates already announced for 2020 include shows in Noel’s home city of Manchester with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds performing at the O2 Apollo on 24th and 25th March – plus London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall on 27th March as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust benefit concerts.
There are also a run of dates in June including a show at London’s Hampstead Heath and a headline performance at Bristol Canon’s Marsh Amphitheatre.