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Oasis to release I'm Outta Time as new single

Oasis

Story by Jack Foley

FRESH from their record-breaking gig sales, Oasis have announced they are to release I’m Outta Time as the new single from current album Dig Out Your Soul on December 1, 2008.

I’m Outta Time is one of three Liam Gallagher compositions on Dig Out Your Soul, a beautiful, piano-led ballad of devastating simplicity that has been heralded as one of the album’s stand-out tracks.

IndieLondon wrote of the track: “Slightly psychedelic, and featuring a haunted Liam vocal, it’s a terrific ballad of sorts, which even leaves you pining for a little more of the same.”

The single will come in a variety of formats, including two collectors’ edition 7” singles and remixes that feature an exclusive remix of I’m Outta Time by Marilyn Manson bassist, Twiggy with Dave Sardy, as well as remixes of album tracks by Neon Neon and Jagz Kooner. Formats are as follows:

CD Single: I’m Outta Time (Album Version); I’m Outta Time (remix); The Shock Of The Lightning (Jagz Kooner remix).

7” (RKID55): I’m Outta Time (Album Version); To Be Where There’s Life (Neon Neon remix)

7” (RKID 55X): I’m Outta Time (Remix); The Shock Of The Lightning (Jagz Kooner remix)

Digital: I’m Outta Time (Album Version); I’m Outta Time (Remix); Bundle: I’m Outta Time (Video).

Dig Out Your Soul marks the seventh consecutive UK No.1 album from Oasis. Released on the band’s own Big Brother label worldwide, it is also the band’s first album in over a decade to reach the USA Top 5, as well as charting in the top 5 throughout the world.

The band recently announced their biggest UK tour yet for 2009 as part of their 14-month world tour; the majority of the stadium ‘super gigs’ planned for June and July sold out within a day, breaking box office records in the process.

The band is currently on a sold out arena tour of the UK, including two shows at Wembley Arena and a very special Electric Proms performance for the BBC at London’s Roundhouse with the 50 strong Crouch End Choir.

The world tour then takes off to Mexico at the end of November before a further North American run before the year is out.

Their stadium shows next year will include three nights at Wembley Stadium as well as three at Manchester’s Heaton Park following the complete sell out of the first two nights in each city. Extra special guests include Kasabian and The Enemy.