Former Oasis rocker Liam Gallagher is certainly not on speaking terms with his brother, Noel.
One of the fans praised Liam and Noel for the texture of their voices and wanted the band to reunite. The fan wrote:
Hey mate. As nice as Noel’s voice is, I can’t come close to the grit and glory of yours. As much as I’d love oasis reunite, it’ll only happen if he believes again in the words of his idol: “all you need is love, love, love. Love is all you need.” He forgets that.
Here is what Liam said:
“His voice is the only thing that lets it down sounds like a mouse 🐁 but he’s defo writing better songs I hate all that naff disco stuff”
His voice is the only thing that lets it down sounds like a mouse 🐁 but he’s defo writing better songs I hate all that naff disco stuff
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) March 25, 2023
Meanwhile, his brother Noel Gallagher recently 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.
Back in February, Noel had explained that he doesn’t want to reunite the Manchester band right now, but has teased he doesn’t know how he’ll feel in 10 years. The Manchester rocker spoke to Radio X’s Dan O’Connell about his new album and revealed why reforming the Britpop band doesn’t appeal to him right now, but could in 10 years time.
Asked about the topic, he said:
“Look it’s the done thing now isn’t it? Kind of everybody’s getting back together and Blur are playing Wembley stadium, everyone’s getting back together.”
“I will say, and I’ve said it a thousand times, if Oasis hadn’t had reached their potential, and there was something left to do, it would be different, but I just don’t see what the point would be. It would be make a load of money, I’ve got a load of money. To do some monumental [venue] I’ve already done them.”
It’s just not something that appeals to me,” he added, before teasing: “Now that’s not saying in 10 years time it won’t appeal to me…”