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See Noel Gallagher's Spacey Stop-Motion "It's A Beautiful World" Video
Noel Gallagher, co-founder of GRAMMY-winning rock outfit Oasis and creative force behind his current musical venture Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, has a new music video out for "It's A Beautiful World," the latest single from his forthcoming new album, Who Built The Moon?
Featuring a mid-song apocalyptic monologue from French avant-garde performer (and current scissors player for the High Flying Birds) Charlotte Marionneau, the song's video continues the trend of spacey imagery and cosmic themes that played a heavy role in the art direction for the official trailer for the album, which the band first teased back at the end of September.
The new record will feature bold collaborations from names such as Paul Weller of pioneering English new-wave/punk group the Jam, and Johnny Marr, who co-founded post-punk trendsetters the Smiths with Morrissey.
Gallagher's producer David Holmes has hinted the LP is expected to make a big splash with music fans.
"People are going to be surprised," Holmes told Rolling Stone. "I think people love Noel and they’re desperate for him to make a really big, bold, up-tempo beast of a record."
Who Built The Moon? is due out on Nov. 24.