Hear Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ Oasis-Era Rocker ‘Come on Outside’
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds dig out a song from their past — “Maybe the last great Oasis tune?” — with “Come on Outside,” the third single off the guitarist’s upcoming Blue Moon Rising EP.
The track’s roots date back to sessions for Oasis’ 2008 album Dig Out Your Soul — the band’s last LP before their 2009 split — with Noel Gallagher continuing to work on “Come on Outside” over the next decade; a near-complete demo of the song with the High Flying Birds has lingered on YouTube since 2013.
Gallagher said of “Come on Outside” in a statement Friday: “So I’m rummaging down the back of the couch and found this fucker!! Maybe the last great Oasis tune? Maybe not.”
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“To the people lost and lonely, in the fortress of your mind/Come on outside/To the people taking shelter on the city streets at night/Come on inside,” Gallagher sings on the swirling rocker. “If the voices in your head get so loud/And your problems are the size of a cow/When the world and his wife get you down/Come on outside.”
The Blue Moon Rising EP — featuring “Come On Outside” alongside previous singles “Blue Moon Rising” and “Wandering Star” and two remixes of the title track — is out March 6th. The five-track collection follows 2019’s Black Star Dancing EP.