Moonshine: Ignition boss targets 'big' summer and 2018 for Noel Gallagher

Ben Homewood

Ignition Records director John Leahy has stressed the importance of the “brand new energy” driving the latest Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds campaign, as activity ramps up for the summer.

Gallagher’s latest album, Who Built The Moon?, has sold 237,721 copies (OCC) since debuting at No.1 in November 2017, and the former Oasis man kicked off his first UK and Ireland headline tour since April 2016 last week at Brighton Centre.

“It’s important that he’s come back to the UK ...

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