New Oasis 'She's Electric' Lyric Video Marks 23rd Anniversary of '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?' Album

Jill Furmanovsky
Oasis

To mark the 23rd anniversary of Oasis' second studio album, (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?  -- which came out on Oct. 2, 1995 -- a new lyric video for fan-favorite song “She’s Electric” was released on Tuesday.

The kitschy lyric video is a psychedelic whirlpool stocked with clocks, faces, eyes, brains, bones, old screens and picture frames. As the band runs through the verses, exaggerated imagery associated with each lyric swishes onto the screen.

“She’s electric/ Can I be electric too?” frontman Liam Gallagher sings, as young women's eyes flash yellow while they lounge around archaic computer monitors. The line repeats as a man's head floats off, revealing his brain. A picture of an older man, holding a glowing clock, swipes by. It’s not long before a billiard ball, a black-and-white team photograph and an eyeball join the already chaotic mix.

While "She's Electric" wasn't released as a single, the Morning Glory album also included Oasis' biggest U.S. hit to date, "Wonderwall," which peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 in March 1996.

Brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher have shut down Oasis reunion rumors in the past, but the new video and a vague tweet from Liam have sparked fans' curiosity in recent days. View them both below.