Noël Gallagher | Noel Gallagher feels no pressure to match Oasis’ success
Noel Gallagher knows that his solo music will never be as âculturally importantâ as his work with Oasis.
The 54-year-old rocker insisted he didn’t think too much when writing new songs and felt no pressure to match his past hits, as his main focus these days is to produce music. material that makes him happy, and that’s a bonus. if others like it too.
Speaking on ‘The One Show’ on Tuesday night (15.06.21), he said: “A lot of people find themselves paralyzed about writing music – I don’t really think too much about it. good, I’ll take it out.
“Obviously I gave up on the ’90s and I will never write such culturally important things – and that’s fine with me.
“You can only do what you do to make yourself happy in the present moment and that’s what I do, and what happens after that is for others to decide.”
Elsewhere on the show, the ‘Holy Mountain’ hitmaker dodged questions about the possibility of reuniting his former band – which he repeatedly insisted never happen – by deliberately ignoring the issue of the host Ronan Keating on ‘the band getting back together’ and responding to it as if the former Boyzone frontman was interested in the musicians who make up his current collective High Flying Birds.
He joked, “High Flying Birds? We’re going to get back together, I think, we have to get back together in 2023 – come to a garden party near you.
âYeah. We will be walking the boards together again in the 2020s. “
The audience laughed and Ronan exclaimed, “Come on!” before Noel sits up with a smile.
The presenter said: “Look at that smile!”