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Noel Gallagher reveals that the new Oasis song will be released at midnight

Noel Gallagher will make Oasis fans happy everywhere after revealing that he will be releasing an unheard of Oasis song called Don’t Stop at midnight.

The star announced that he found the 15-year-old demo when he tidied up a box of CDs and thought it was ‘lost forever’.

The recording was made during a sound check in Hong Kong and Noel urged fans to ‘enjoy / argue’.

A Time for Party: Noel Gallagher (left) revealed on Wednesday that an unheard of Oasis song will be released at midnight after finding the 15-year-old demo CD he thought was 'lost forever'

A Time for Party: Noel Gallagher (left) revealed on Wednesday that an unheard of Oasis song will be released at midnight after finding the 15-year-old demo CD he thought was ‘lost forever’

He tweeted, “Hey guys and dolly’s over there. Like the rest of the world, I’ve had an infinite amount of time to kill lately, so I figured I’d FINALLY look and find out what was actually on the HUNDREDS of anonymous unmarked CDs I have lying around in boxes at home.

“As fate wishes, I came across an old demo that I thought was lost forever.

As far as I know, there is only one version of this song ‘out there’ from an Oasis sound check in Hong Kong about 15 years ago.

You're welcome, by the way: Noel shared this message on Twitter on Wednesday, which will undoubtedly please his fans

You're welcome, by the way: Noel shared this message on Twitter on Wednesday, which will undoubtedly please his fans

You’re welcome, by the way: Noel shared this message on Twitter on Wednesday, which will undoubtedly please his fans

“I’m not sure if the soundcheck version predates the demo, as there is no date on the CD.”

He continued, “I know some of you love this tune, so we thought we would put it ‘out there’ for you to enjoy / discuss. It’s on the internet from midnight.

“The song is called: Don’t Stop … I hope everyone stays safe and tries to break the lockdown with a minimum of fuss. You’re welcome, by the way. ‘

The song is thought to have been written around the time of the 2005 band, Don’t Believe the Truth.

Silence: It is not known what his estranged brother Liam thinks of the release - he recently announced a free performance for thousands of NHS employees to thank them

Silence: It is not known what his estranged brother Liam thinks of the release - he recently announced a free performance for thousands of NHS employees to thank them

Silence: It is not known what his estranged brother Liam thinks of the release – he recently announced a free performance for thousands of NHS employees to thank them

It is not known what Noel’s estranged brother Liam thinks of the release.

But fans flocked to Twitter to say how excited they were about good news amid the coronavirus pandemic.

They wrote, “I never thought I’d be seated in my life for a new oasis release at this point.”

“There will be an Oasis tune tonight, thank you King.”

“Oasis literally releases a new song at midnight, nothing surprises me in 2020.”

Although some people were not too enthusiastic about the idea and wrote, “Frankly, it wouldn’t have bothered me until the last line. Everyone loves new music, but announcing he’s a god among men speeds up my gears, especially if Oasis is really a thing of the past and his career isn’t reaching the heights he thinks it is. ‘

“I think it’s a bit strange. Noel releases this song under the name Oasis, many songs he used for NGHFB that were old oasis songs.”

Meanwhile, Liam announced a free concert at the 02 Arena in London for NHS employees working on the front lines of the corona virus crisis.

The former Oasis front man, 47, took to his Instagram to reveal the news earlier this month, gushing that it was ‘an honor’ to stage the show as ‘we’re very lucky’ to have them during this global pandemic.

All employees working in NHS hospitals in the UK will take place on October 29 and will be eligible for two free tickets to the show for themselves and a guest.

Liam shared his joy at the show, saying, “It is an honor to announce that I will be performing for the NHS and careworkers at TheO2 in London on October 29. They do a fantastic job, we are very lucky to have them. LG x ‘

Share his gratitude: All employees working in NHS hospitals in the UK will be on October 29 and will be eligible for two free tickets to the show for themselves and a guest

Share his gratitude: All employees working in NHS hospitals in the UK will be on October 29 and will be eligible for two free tickets to the show for themselves and a guest

Share his gratitude: All employees working in NHS hospitals in the UK will be on October 29 and will be eligible for two free tickets to the show for themselves and a guest

All employees present must present a valid NHS Employee ID or Primary Care Trust ID card, with the name on their card corresponding to the one on the ticket.

It has not yet been confirmed whether any other musicians will be performing with Liam onstage during the show, and the tickets will go on sale from Wednesday April 15, 2020 from 9am.

Liam is just one of the stars who announced free shows for NHS employees, with the Manic Street Preachers and The Script just to name a few.

Gushing: Liam shares his joy and says, “It is an honor to announce that I will be performing for the NHS and the careworkers … They are doing a great job, we are very lucky to have them. LG x ‘

Last month, Liam told fans that he is continuing a charity concert in support of the National Health Service with or without his brother Noel.

The former Oasis star tweeted the news to fans, once again begging Noel to join so they could raise money for NHS employees during the coronavirus lockdown.

It came after Liam admitted that he had wept for missing his estranged brother “terribly” because he again demanded that he and Noel be reunited for a charity show.

Speaking up: Last month, Liam told fans he would go on to a charity concert with or without his brother Noel - but he begged the star to join

Speaking up: Last month, Liam told fans he would go on to a charity concert with or without his brother Noel - but he begged the star to join

Speaking up: Last month, Liam told fans he would go on to a charity concert with or without his brother Noel – but he begged the star to join

Liam tweeted: ‘I want to clean up a few things oasis performance for NHS charity, as all the money raised goes to NHS, won’t happen to me with or without Noel Gallagher, it might not be the same, but trust me, it will you still get mastered off like your LG x was. ‘

The British star again begged for his brother, adding, “Come on Noel Gallagher.”

It came after Liam demanded a reunification with his brother Noel to raise money for the NHS as they are pushed to the limit during the COVID-19 lockdown.

The continued argument from the brothers Liam and Noel continued after the Oasis split in 2009, where Liam thanked all members of the band except Noel during a BRIT acceptance speech.

Liam took to Twitter in March to reiterate his wish that Noel would join him onstage to raise charities in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, but also revealed that he wanted to restore their torn relationship.

He wrote on the microblog site: “Rite fed up with supplication, etc. No more olive branches. I ASK an oasis reunion because this is all the money going to NHS come on you know. Because we were LG x. ” [sic]

Commenting on his tweet, a fan suggested he wanted his’ brother back ‘and that it wasn’t just about bringing their old group together, which led the star to admit,’ I miss him terribly, I have his love required.’

Tweets: The musician took to Twitter in March to reiterate his wish that Noel would join him onstage to raise charities in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic

Tweets: The musician took to Twitter in March to reiterate his wish that Noel would join him onstage to raise charities in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic

Tweets: The musician took to Twitter in March to reiterate his wish that Noel would join him onstage to raise charities in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic

Sharp Note: Within minutes of showing his commitment to making music again with his brother, he turned to Noel with a sharp comment

Sharp Note: Within minutes of showing his commitment to making music again with his brother, he turned to Noel with a sharp comment

Sharp Note: Within minutes of showing his commitment to making music again with his brother, he turned to Noel with a sharp comment

When the same fan pointed out that some followers had suggested that his tweet was sarcastic, Liam hit back, “Please give what people think I’m crying. I am sad, this has all made clear to me how much I miss and need it for love. ‘

However, within minutes of showing his commitment to making music with his brother again, he turned to Noel with a sharp remark.

Commenting on Noel’s March 20 tweet, which shared a YouTube link and lyrics, to his band High Flying Birds ‘Dream On song – viewed by many as his brother’s dig – Liam wrote:’ Rubbish you s ** t selfish t * ** eh. ‘

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