Noel Gallagher shares a clip from the Abbey Road string sessions for his new song

Noel Gallagher has shared a clip of the string sessions for a new song, recorded at the legendary Abbey Road Studios – check it out below.

The High Flying Birds star group will release a new album in 2023 and shared its first single “Pretty Boy” – featuring Johnny Marr on guitar – in October.

Available on Gallagher’s Twitter, the video shows a group of string musicians playing a melody from an unknown song, with a conductor standing in the middle of the room. The video was filmed by Gallagher himself and shared with the caption: “INGUT. String Session. Abbey Rd (28 April 2022). 1st run through. Filmed by NG.”

In the responses, some fans are trying to figure out what “INGUT” could be referring to. “I didn’t stop trying?” asked one fan. “It looks like John Barry meets the Sherman Brothers for a Macchiato at Starbucks.”

“What is INGUT?” asked another simply.

In November, Gallagher gave more details about when his next album would be out while talking about his soccer team, Manchester City, in an interview with an Italian radio station. “The team is doing well, we are having a good season,” he said. “I hope we will be in Istanbul [para la final de la Liga de Campeones] around the time my new record comes out, next May, so it would be fine.”

He said: “Although I can’t say yet what the album is called.”

Gallagher previously explained that the next High Flying Birds album would have a largely “orchestral” sound. “The whole album has a vibe,” he said. “There are 10 songs and six of them have strings […] When I was writing this [nuevas] songs, I only heard strings and a chorus.

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