13 July 2015

Review: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds At T In The Park













Noel Gallagher knows how to please a crowd as he performs old Oasis classics with new High Flying Bird's tracks to a crowd that were happy to sing-a-long.

With his black leather jacket, unrepentant and brimming with his customary self confidence, Noel Gallagher took to the stage to close the main stage at the first ever T in the park at Strathallan.

Unfazed by the huge crowd, his band gave a rendition of Everybody’s On The Run and had the crowd in the palm of their hands from the opening chords.

Kicking into Lock All The Doors, blistering guitar riffs and the impressive light show set the pace for In The Heat of The Moment.

Checking the crowd were enjoying themselves, the band launched into recent single The Riverman followed quickly by The Death of You and Me sparking a massive sing-a-long.

Champagne Supernova followed up Noel's solo material and at that moment there was no need for him to sing.

The crowd did the work for him as thousands of voices came together in a poignant throwback to the era that etched his name into the britpop hall of fame forever.

Noel did what he does best by playing hit after hit and delivered to a rapturous audience of new and old fans alike.

Th encore, Masterplan, rounded off an effortlessly spectacular set. Liam who? Noel casts no shadows.

Fireworks and a piper closed the biggest festival in the Scottish calendar that's been refreshed for the best. Bring on next year!

Source: www.dailyrecord.co.uk

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