Noel Gallagher joins U2 to play Don't Look Back In Anger
U2 played London Twickenham stadium last night (Saturday 8th July) as part of their Joshua Tree tour with support from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
During their set U2 invited Gallagher on stage to perform the Oasis classic “Don’t Look Back in Anger” – a track that has become an anthem in remembrance of the recent terrorist attacks in both Manchester and London.
Prior to playing the song, Bono expressed his gratitude saying to Noel: “Thank you for bringing your High Flying Birds with us. May you take us somewhere else, somewhere only you can.”
As Noel concluded the number he shouted: “For the people in Manchester!”
Check out the clip below.