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Gallagher news round-up: Noel releases new song, Liam announces new show, Noel says Liam "needs to see a psychiatrist"

Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty ImagesThere's a whole lot going on in the world of the Gallagher brothers. Noel has released a new song called "Holy Mountain," and Liam has announced a solo show taking place November 14 at the Wiltern in Los Angeles.

"Holy Mountain" is the lead single from Who Built the Moon?, Noel's forthcoming album with his band Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. The track is available for digital download now, and the album will be released November 24.

Meanwhile, Liam's L.A. show falls in the middle of his North American tour in support of his debut solo album As You Were, which is out now. You can visit for ticket info.

But the biggest bit of Gallagher drama comes from an interview Noel did with The Sunday Times, in which he fires back at Liam for accusing him of skipping the One Love Manchester benefit concert, which took place in the brothers' hometown following the terrorist bombing in May. Liam also accused Noel of feigning emotion when he played the Manchester Arena's first show following the bombing.

"He needs to see a psychiatrist," Noel said of Liam's comments. "I don't say that as a joke. Because young [people from Manchester], young music fans, were slaughtered, and he, twice, takes it somewhere to be about him. He needs to see somebody.”

Noel adds that the reason he didn't perform at One Love Manchester was simply that he "didn't get asked." Liam, meanwhile, has responded by once again calling his estranged brother a "potato" and saying that he has "proof" that Noel was asked to perform and "declined."

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