If you’re an up and coming band and want to get you demo into the hands of Noel Gallagher, make sure you’ve got everything clearly labelled before you pass ANYTHING onto the former Oasis band member.
Over the weekend (Saturday, June 6, 2015), the High Flying Birds frontman stopped his show at the Boston Opera House to school a young band.
Noel said, “When you’re giving away CDs of your sh*t, there’s not even a f*cking name of who it is, or what it’s called, or a phone number, or nothing. No song titles, no name, no nothing. Now unless this is some psychedelic f*cking album project, I’m saying, this c*nt’s going nowhere. Thank you very much.”
Gallagher asked the band’s name, to which they replied “The Memo.”
“The invisible man? No… the Memo?” he continued. “Do you f*cking get the irony of that? A CD with nothing written on it by somebody called the Memo. F*cking hell — don’t make me say it.”
The best part?
The moment was captured all on video.