Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds announce new album and 2018 world tour dates

Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds have announced the upcoming release of their third studio album with an 11-track LP to be titled, Who Built The Moon? Announced early Monday morning, the new album is scheduled for a Nov. 24 release via Sour Mash Records. The band shared a brief teaser video to go with the announcement, which can be heard above, and contains the track listing in addition to some psychedelic imagery and some snippets of audio.

The band also revealed a run of 2018 international spring tour dates, which will start out with a show at Detroit's Cathedral Theatre on Feb. 9 before heading out across North America, Europe and the U.K. throughout the spring. Notable stops on their upcoming run include a night at New York's historic Radio City Music Hall on Feb. 15 and Austin's Moody Theater at ACL Live on March 5. The band is also currently scheduled to join U2 on their Joshua Tree anniversary tour for five dates in Central and South America next month.

According to Brooklyn Vegan, mod revivalist Paul Weller and Johnny Marr are also set to appear on the album, which is the band’s first since 2015’s Chasing Yesterday.

Noel Gallagher and his band recently helped reopen the Manchester Arena in his British hometown as the headlining act for the "We Are Manchester" benefit concert earlier this month. The former Oasis guitarist also made headlines earlier this year by appearing on the new Gorillaz album, following years of industry rivalry with its primary member and former Blur singer Damon Albarn.

Tickets for select shows on the upcoming 2018 tour will be going on sale starting this Friday, Sept. 29, and can be purchased by clicking here.

2018 Tour Dates:
Feb. 9 - Detroit, MI - Cathedral Theatre at the Masonic Temple (Click here for tickets)
Feb. 10 - Columbus, OH - Express Live!
Feb. 12 - Washington, DC - The Anthem
Feb. 13 - Philadelphia, PA - Merriam Theater, Kimmel Center
Feb. 15 - New York, NY - Radio City Music Hall (Click here for tickets)  
Feb. 17 - Cambridge, MA - Boston Opera House
Feb. 18 - Montreal, QC - Place des Arts
Feb. 20 - Toronto, ON - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Feb. 23 - Akron, OH - Goodyear Theater
Feb. 24 - Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre
Feb. 25 - Indianapolis, IN - Murat Theatre
Feb. 26 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
Feb. 28 - Atlanta, GA - The Tabernacle
March 2 - Los Angeles, CA - Orpheum Theatre
March 3 - Houston, TX - House of Blues
March 5 - Austin, TX - The Moody Theater
March 6 - Dallas, TX - Majestic Theatre (Click here for tickets)
March 9 - Las Vegas, NV - The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan
March 10 - San Francisco, CA - Fox Theater
March 12 - Los Angeles, CA - Orpheum Theatre
April 3-4 - Paris, France - L’Olympia
April 6 - Brussels, Belgium - Forest National / Vorst Nationaal
April 8 - Hamburg, Germany - Mehr! Theater am Großmarkt
April 9 - Düsseldorf, Germany - Mitsubishi Electric Halle
April 11 - Milan, Italy, Fabrique
April 12 - Munich, Germany - Zenith
April 14 - Prague, Czech Republic - Lucerna Velký sál
April 16 - Berlin, Germany - Max-Schmeling-Halle
April 17 - Wiesbaden, Germany - Schlachthof
April 19 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - AFAS Live
April 20 - Luxembourg - Rockhal Esch Sur Alzette
April 22 - Brighton, UK - Brighton Centre
April 24 - Glasgow, UK - The SSE Hydro
April 25 - Aberdeen, UK - AECC BHGE Arena
April 27 -  London, UK - SSE Arena, Wembley (Click here for tickets)
April 30 -  Nottingham, UK - Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
May 1 - Birmingham, UK - Arena Birmingham
May 3 - Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK - Metro Radio Arena
May 4 - Manchester, UK - Manchester Arena
May 6 - Cardiff, UK - Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
May 7 - Leeds, UK - First Direct Arena
May 9 - Belfast, UK - SSE Arena
May 10 - Dublin, Ireland - 3Arena