The album, Chasing Yesterday, will be his third solo effort after The Dreams We Have as Children in 2009 and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds in 2011.
The British pop bad boy, who was the main songwriter and guitarist for Oasis, also announced a European tour in March 2015.
The announcement of the new album is likely to further dampen hopes of any Oasis reunion.
Considered a pillar of the Britpop movement, Oasis was a huge success in the 1990s and sold some 50 million records. But fighting between the brothers plagued the band, which broke up in August 2009 after a violent row moments before the band was due on stage in Paris.