Noel Gallagher‘s High Flying Birds will perform at OUI FM Festival’s concert in Paris. The free outdoor event properly titled Place de la Republique, will stream live on Dailymotion. The festival has been able to draw over 100,000 people a year, and the promoters are expecting the same amount of attendees this year. The entire event will broadcast live on Dailymotion, and it will be accessible on all electronic devices (PC, mobile, tablet, IPTC, and connected TV). Besides Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, other artists on the lineup include Drenge, Radio Elvis, Temples, Fuzeta, Talisco, The Strypes, Gaz Coombes, Bikini Machine, Mina Tindle, Les Innocents, and Cali. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ performance will stream live on June 23rd at 4:10pm (Eastern standard time). All of the live streams can be viewed on this website.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds project was released in 2011. It went to Number 1 in the UK, Scotland, and Ireland. The album also reached Number 28 on the Billboard 200 chart. The chart-topping effort was the first album from Gallagher since his departure from Oasis. In February, the band dropped their second studio album Chasing Yesterday. The project is led by the singles “In the Heat of the Moment,” “Ballad of the Mighty I,” and “Riverman.” Ironically, Chasing Yesterday also reached the top of the charts in the UK, Scotland, and Ireland. To date, it has sold over 100,000 copies in the United Kingdom.
On June 19th, the band will play a show in Neuhausen ob Eck, Germany at the Southside Festival. Their other gigs in June include a performance on the 26th in Saint Gallen (Switzerland), and a show on the 27th in Werchter (Belgium). The remaining dates on the tour include a stop at the Rockslide Festival in Denmark on July 1st; Stockholm (Sweden) on July 2nd; London (United Kingdom) on July 4th; Milan (Italy) on July 6th; Piazzola PD (Italy) on July 8th; Rome (Italy) on July 9th; Manchester (United Kingdom) on July 11th; Cork (Ireland) on July 14th; Lisbon (Portugal) on July 16th; Beccles (United Kingdom) at the Latitude Festival on July 19th; and Ansan-si Gyeonggi-do (South Korea) on July 24th.
FDRMX Eyes: This a fun video by indie pop group Kali Briis for the song “I Love Your Face”. It starts off with stylized birds that look similar to penguins, flipping switches on and off to the metronome-like beat, and then it gets interesting. Check out the video here.