In October it will release album with his new band, High Flying Birds. In 2012 will publish also with the band Amorphous Adrogynous. Since the breakdown of Oasis, his brother Liam has published a disc with his band Beady Eye. The former member of Oasis Noel Gallagher will return to the record market with two new albums: which will be published in October with his new band, High Flying Birds, and which will perform with the band Amorphous Adrogynous, which goes on sale in 2012, told Hollywood Reporter this week. That was composer and guitarist of Oasis, band paladin of the brit pop that was together with his brother Liam, will debut solo with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, a disc that produces itself along with David Sardy and which has been recorded in the past two years between London and Los Angeles. With collaborators such as The Crouch End Festival Chorus or The Wired String, this disc will have ten topics and represents the first material from his latest work with Oasis in August 2009 edited by Gallagher, a step that his brother Liam and gave with his new lineup, Beady Eye. After the troubled fraternal relationship that Gallagher kept and which created persistent rumors of separation of Oasis, Noel Gallagher started this solo project that it will be released on October 17 in United Kingdom and on November 8 in United States. But Gallagher seems to be interested in dividing responsibilities, since it has also announced the publication next year of an album set with The Amorphous Adrogynous, group which is, in reality, an alias of the English duo of electronic The Future Sound of London..