CamelPhat

CamelPhat reveal Noel Gallagher collaboration


Manchester. Liverpool. For anyone from the north west of England the two cities are fierce rivals, largely based on football, but often transcending into music too. While Liverpool has the obvious world-famous band, Manchester has the likes of The Smiths, New Order, The Stone Roses, and of course Oasis. But now it seems a peace-deal between the two is well at hand, as Liverpool’s most recent world-beating musicians CamelPhat have reached down the M62 and procured the services of one Noel Gallagher. He’s the more sensible brother from Oasis, for anyone reading who was born after the millennium.

Of course, the rise of CamelPhat has seen them go from local-duo making waves in the Liverpool club scene of the mid-00s, to world-touring Grammy-nominated super-stardom that few electronic acts have ever managed to achieve. With massive hits such as ‘Cola’, ‘Panic Room’, and ‘Rabbit Hole’ under their belts, the next step was naturally their much anticipated debut album. With collaboration always a key-factor of their method, it was only right that they’d reach out as high as possible. And so after much rumour, it was revealed this weekend that Liverpool’s finest would be collaborating with a Manchester legend. No details are yet known about exactly how the finished product will sound, but given both parties recent output, this certainly promises to be up there with ‘Cola‘ and ‘Wonderwall‘.

We’ll also not mention football and try to draw further clumsy analogies with the Liverpool-Manchester thing, but when it comes to music, because both have always ruled the globe. Following our exclusive interview at Creamfields, we know that the album isn’t far out, and the anticipation only gets greater by the day. No pressure lads…