Oasis' new studio album has been christened "Don't Believe the Truth" and will arrive May 30 internationally via Big Brother Recordings/Epic and a day later in North America. First single "Lyla" will

Oasis' new studio album has been christened "Don't Believe the Truth" and will arrive May 30 internationally via Big Brother Recordings/Epic and a day later in North America. First single "Lyla" will precede the set on May 16.

According to guitarist Noel Gallagher, the single "was specifically designed for pogoing. We wrote 66 tracks and 'Lyla' was one that we revisited late on and it's ended up on the album. I'm happy with every track on the album."

"Don't Believe the Truth" is the follow-up to 2002's "Heathen Chemistry," which debuted at No. 23 on The Billboard 200 and has sold a career-low 140,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. But the set was a major U.K. hit, debuting at No. 1 on the territory's album chart.

As previously reported, Oasis will play its first North American shows in three years this summer, beginning June 17 in Toronto. That run will be preceded U.K. headlining dates and European festival appearances, including three sold-out stadium shows in the band's Manchester hometown.