Noel Gallagher had previously talked about the prospect of an Oasis reunion in the future. The beef between the Gallagher brothers, Liam and Noel Gallagher is no secret. The split of Oasis certainly shocked the fans back in the day. In 2009, the band parted ways immediately following a backstage tiff in Paris.
Tension had been brewing in the time building up to their scheduled performance at Rock en Seine festival. The weekend prior, Oasis pulled out of headlining V Festival because Liam Gallagher was suffering from laryngitis, and rumors floated about their tumultuous relationship.
Blur frontman Damon Albarn recently joined in for an interview with Consequence. He was asked about a possible reunion of the Oasis. He said:
“Well, of course they were gonna,” he says nonchalantly. “The road is clear for them to do that now. I think that’s great. You know what I mean? Obviously I expect an excellent new record to accompany it.” He grins.
Meanwhile, Blur have announced reunion gigs for 2023 via RadioX.
The Parklife outfit – made up of Damon Albarn, Alex James, Graham Coxon and Dave Rowntree – have joined forces once again for two mega dates at London’s Wembley Stadium.
The Britpop legends took to the stage on Saturday 8th July with special guests which include Phil Daniels, Self Esteem and Sleaford Mods and on Sunday 9th July with special guests which include The Modfather himself Paul Weller.
Blur played headline shows at Wembley Stadium on 8th July and 9th July 2023.
Support for Blur’s Wembley Stadium gig on 8th July came from special guests Self Esteem, Jockstrap and Sleaford Mods, plus an appearance from Phil Daniels.
Meanwhile, their second night on 9th July will see Phil Daniels among the special guests again, alongside Paul Weller two-tone ska band The Selector and a DJ set from snooker legend Steve Davis and Doran & Kavus Torabi.