Someone should have checked the last review on this TV ad for Noel Gallagher’s new album
There’s something a bit odd about the third review on this TV ad for the new album by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, as spotted by @Def_Leaphard.
It starts off fine.
‘Perhaps his best ever’ The Sun
‘Noel’s best album since … Morning Glory’ NME
But then this turns up.
‘A dried up Oasis of Dross’ The Irish Times
“Hey Noel, do you want to check the review quotes for your album that we’re putting on the tv advert?”
“Meh, I’ll just check the first two, I’m sure the other one will be fine..” pic.twitter.com/UVVTT2HpnA
— Dan Leaphard (@Def_Leaphard) December 7, 2017
People were divided as to whether it was a cock-up or an in-joke.
The Irish Times called Noel Gallagher’s new album ‘a dried up oasis of dross’. Fair enough, but should it really have been included in the TV advert for the album? pic.twitter.com/QC0IcwMQGy
— Leigh Wood (@leighnev) December 4, 2017
It’s real, I noticed it the other day. Assumed it was deliberate, for a laugh maybe.
— The Lovely Samantha (@Catsplusbooks) December 7, 2017
We look forward to seeing what his brother makes of it.