Noel’s new album is fucking great; It reminds me—in some respects—of the spirit of ‘Definitely Maybe’, because it’s so obviously exciting. That boy is from a different planet, and even the fans won’t believe how utterly amazing it is. He’s not exactly struggling for an 11th song to complete the album. It’s pouring out of him and he’s currently whittling it all down into an album. The new record will be seismic. It’s so explosive that, on the day it comes out, Virgin Trains won’t be able to cope with all the people trying to flee the chaos.
|—||Mark Coyle on Noel’s new second upcoming solo album, February 2014 (NME)|
That rock ‘n’ roll, eh? That rock ‘n’ roll, it just won’t go away. It might hibernate from time to time, sink back into the swap. I think the cyclical nature of the universe in which it exists demands it adheres to some of it’s rules, but it’s always waiting there just around the corner, ready, to make it’s way back through the sludge, and smash through the glass ceiling looking better than ever. Yeah that rock ‘n’ roll seems like it’s fading away sometimes, but it will never die. And there’s nothing you can do about it. Thank you very fucking much for this. I do truly appreciate it. Don’t take that the wrong way. And uh, invoice me for the microphone if you need to [drop]
|—||Alex Turner’s full acceptance speech at the 2014 Brits for Best Album (via fuckyeahrandombritishindiebands)|
are you mine?!