Oasis Kick Off World Tour With New Songs

Returning band also bring out a traditional Beatles cover

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Oasis previewed four new songs during the first gig of their world tour last night (August 26) in Seattle.

The group, performing at the city’s WaMu Theatre, performed ‘Ain’t Got Nothin”, “To Be Where There’s Life” and “Falling Down”, along with new single “The Shock Of The Lightning”, report NME.COM.

All four of the tracks are taken from the band’s forthcoming “Dig Out Your Soul” album, out on October 6.

The band closed the gig with a cover of The Beatles“I Am The Walrus”, which regularly featured in gigs early in their career.

Oasis played:

“Rock ‘N’ Roll Star”
“Lyla”
“The Shock Of The Lightning”
“Cigarettes And Alcohol”
“The Meaning Of Soul”
“To Be Where There’s Life”
“The Masterplan”
“Songbird”
“Slide Away”
“Morning Glory”
“Ain’t Got Nothin'”
“The Importance of Being Idle”
“Wonderwall”
“Supersonic”
“Don’t Look Back In Anger”
“Falling Down”
“Champagne Supernova”
“I Am The Walrus”


The band’s UK tour begins at Liverpool‘s Echo Arena on October 7.

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