New Single – Sunday Morning Call

Oasis will be releasing the third single from ‘Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants’ in the UK on the 3rd July 2000.
Sunday Morning Call‘, is backed with two new Noel Gallagher tracks, ‘Carry Us All‘ and ‘Full On‘ and is released on CD, 12″, 7″ and cassette.

The information for Sunday Morning Call has already been added to the Discography and includes samples of the two new tunes in RealAudio and .wav formats.

Oasis release the third single from their Number One Double-Platinum selling album ‘Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants‘ in July. Entitled ‘Sunday Morning Call‘, it is released on 3rd July 2000, on CD, 12″, 7″ and cassette.

Sunday Morning Call‘, written and sung by Noel Gallagher, was recorded in England and France in 1999 and was co-produced by Noel and Mark ‘Spike’ Stent. The single release features two previously unreleased tracks:

Sunday Morning Call
Carry Us All
Full On

Sunday Morning Call
Carry Us All

The breathtaking video for ‘Sunday Morning Call’ was directed by Nick Egan and shot in an old mental institute in Vancouver, Canada. The band feature minimally as the cameras focus on young Scottish actor James Cunningham (“Trainspotting” original play and upcoming Guy Ritchie project) in this filmic, evocative ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’-style promo. Egan previously shot the videos for ‘Go Let It Out’, ‘Who Feels Love?’ and ‘Supersonic’.

Oasis completed their successful North American tour on May 8th, playing to over 120,000 fans in the process, including 16,000 at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Arena in a special webcast show. Their European dates commenced on May 17th in Lisbon. They arrive in the British Isles on Saturday 15th July to commence a sold out UK tour starting with two nights at Bolton’s Reebok Stadium. Oasis will play to over 250,000 people in the UK alone, and that is before they headline Reading and Leeds Festivals. Dates follow:

Saturday 8th, Dublin, Landsdowne Road
Saturday 15th, Bolton, Reebok Stadium
Sunday 16th, Bolton, Reebok Stadium
Friday 21st, London, Wembley Stadium
Saturday 22nd, London, Wembley Stadium
Saturday 29th, Edinburgh, Murrayfield Stadium

Friday 25th Reading Festival (headlining)
Saturday 26th Glasgow Green Festival (headlining)
Monday 28th Leeds Festival (headlining)