Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Go '80s Retro With Their New Music Video, "She Taught Me How To Fly"

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Go '80s Retro With Their New Music Video, "She Taught Me How To Fly"

Noel Gallagher and his band of Flying Birds released on Friday the music video for their single “She Taught Me How To Fly,” off their 2017 LP Who Built the Moon? (Sour Mash Records). The single’s music video comes after two previous videos, “Holy Mountain” and “It’s a Beautiful World.” “She Taught Me How To Fly” was the third single to be released off Who Built the Moon? and the fifth song appearing on the album’s tracklist.

Like the previous two music videos, “She Taught Me How To Fly” uses retro filters to give the impression of a 1980s or VHS-like effect. Gallagher can be seen playing his guitar in front of massive speakers in between images of a spinning ballerina’s blurred silhouette.

Gallagher is now set to embark on the European leg of his 2018 tour, which kicks off tonight (April 6) in Brussels, Belgium.

See the “She Taught Me How To Fly” video below, followed by the musician’s European tour dates, then revisit Gallagher performing “It’s a Beautiful World” on Jimmy Fallon right here.

Noel Gallagher’s Flying Birds’ 2018 European Tour Dates:

April
06 – Brussels, Belgium @ Forest National / Vorst Nationaal
08 – Hamburg, Germany @ Mehr! Theater am Großmarkt
09 – Düsseldorf, Germany @ Mitsubishi Electric Halle
11 – Milan, Italy @ Fabrique
12 – Munich, Germany @ Zenith
14 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Lucerna Velký sál
16 – Berlin, Germany @ Max-Schmeling-Halle
17 – Wiesbaden, Germany @ Schlachthof
19 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ AFAS Live
20 – Esch Sur Alzette, Luxembourg @ Rockhal
22 – Brighton, U.K. @ Brighton Centre
24 – Glasgow, U.K. @ SSE Hydro
25 – Aberdeen, U.K. @ AECC
27 – London, U.K. @ SSE Arena Wembley
30 – Nottingha, U.K. @ Motorpoint Arena

May
01 – Birmingham, U.K. @ Birmingham Arena
03 – Newcastle, U.K. @ Metro Radio Arena
04 – Manchester, U.K. @ Manchester Arena
06 – Cardiff, U.K. @ Motorpoint Arena
07 – Leeds, U.K. @ First Direct Arena
09 – Belfast, U.K. @ SSE Arena
10 – Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
26 – Perth, Australia @ BBC Music’s The Biggest Weekend
27 – Liverpool, U.K. @ Neighbourhood Festival

June
15 – Blenheim Palace, U.K. @ Nocturne Live

July
06 – Scarborough, U.K. @ Scarborough Open Air Theatre
07 – London, U.K. @ Greenwich Music Time
19 – Edinburgh, Scotland @ Edinburgh Castle
21 – Sheffield, U.K. @ Tramlines Festival

August
30-01 – Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland @ Electric Fields Festival

September
01 – Bristol, U.K. @ The Downs

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