Oasis fans have been patiently waiting since 2005, when the group released their sixth album “Don’t Believe The Truth”, for another album for them to play on repeat. Finally, the wait is over — well, almost over. The band has hit the studio to work on their next project.
“The last album was quite ‘songy,’ if that makes any sense. It was quite a British, retro, ’60s-sounding album,” the band explained to BBC Music.
This album will be different, Noel Gallagher assures fans. “We all write separately, but for some reason all the songs sound like they’ve got a common thread,” he said. “We’ve been focusing ’round the grooves more this time.”
The band has been slowly working on their seventh project, and will really get to the grind after Christmas break when they plan to spend the bulk of their time toiling over the project and making it just right.
“I’ve literally got nothing left to write about. I’ve written about being a youth, and I’ve written about being a rock star, and I’ve written about living life in the big city,” Gallagher said on a less enthusiastic note. However, those who know and love the band can be in no doubt that whatever they write about will be magical.
No release date has been set at this time.