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Could Liam’s Cryptic Tweets Mean Oasis Reunion?

Last week, Liam Gallagher took to Twitter to share a series of cryptic tweets that strongly hint at an Oasis reunion.

What does it all mean, o wise one? Your guess is as good as ours, but this teaser has sent fans into a frenzy over the possibility of something more exciting coming from the Oasis camp than a few reissues or an art show. Whatever this is, at least it’s LG-approved, unlike the forthcoming reissues. One thing we know for sure, Oasis will not being headlining Glastonbury this year. Festival organizer Emily Eavis has confirmed that the band will not being playing via Twitter.

To add a new layer of confusion to the enigmatic cypher, Noel Gallagher has finally broken his silence on the topic of his brother’s tweets. Noel shattered the dreams of many by telling radio host and personal friend Andy Goldstein that Liam’s ramblings are pure rubbish. Goldstein revealed that Noel emphatically denied the reunion rumors and said, ‘there’s more chance of me and my ex-wife getting back together.’ Unless he’s bluffing, that’s a pretty definitive statement.

Reunion speculations have dogged the estranged brothers throughout last year. Liam was more positive about the prospect of a future reconciliation. He told the NME last June that he felt Oasis had ‘unfinished business’ and that they might ‘bury the hatchet for a quick lap of honour’ to celebrate their twentieth anniversary. ‘I’ll do it for nowt,’ he continued, ‘but if someone’s going to drop a load of fucking money, I’d do it for that too.’ Ultimately, any reformation decisions would be made by Noel, who has continued to deny the rumors for the past year. Noel has said that he would only consider reforming his band if he were broke. ‘Maybe people keep thinking that if they say it, it will eventually happen. It’s not going to happen…One can never say never, because one might be skint. But I’ve got no intention. I’m not interested.’

Until Liam makes a less ambiguous statement, we’ll have to wait to find out the true meaning of his odd








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