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Noel Gallagher Unveils We're On Our Way Now Video Starring Matt Smith And Gala Gordon

Friday, 07 May 2021 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Matt Crockett

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds have unveiled a video for We're On Our Way Now.

The track debuted in April along with news of a compilation album celebrating 10 years of the former Oasis man's solo career.

It's one of two new songs that will appear on 'Back The Way We Came: Vol 1 (2011-2021)', which is due out on June 11 via Sour Mash Records.

The clip, meanwhile, was co-directed by Dan Cadan and Jonathan Mowatt. It stars actors Matt Smith and Gala Gordon, with Gallagher making a cameo appearance. Cadan said:

"It was Scully's genius idea to pay homage to French New Wave cinema. He cut together a brilliant video using footage from the Jean-Luc Godard game-changer, A Bout De Souffle (Breathless), to show how it would work. Everyone was convinced and so we set about writing a treatment that would pay homage to the movement, paying particular attention to that film and another Godard classic, Band A Part. Renowned for rejecting convention and tradition, French New Wave cinema has a timeless aesthetic that boldly favours experimentation and an iconoclastic spirit. NG embodies all of the above, so it’s the perfect fit."

Smith added: "Doing a music video with the greatest songwriter me and my mates have ever seen, bar none - it's a decent day at the office. I thank you NG."

Gallagher was recently announced as the official ambassador for this year's Record Store Day

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