Liam Gallagher suggested a fan heckle Noel Gallagher to ‘pack it in’ at a show in Austin, Texas.
To pack it in and come home 🏡
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) June 9, 2023
Former Oasis rocker recently stated that expensive coffee houses have contributed to the collapse of culture.
Noel Gallagher Blames popular TV show
Noel has blamed hit ’90s TV show Friends and the rise of coffee shops on the fall of culture. The former Oasis guitarist has discussed how the change of people’s spending habits has taken them away for supporting artists.
As reported by BANG Showbiz, the Manchester rocker was quoted by the Daily Star as saying:
“It is sitting around in sweaters drinking overpriced coffee and talking about nonsense.
“Since the rise of the coffee shop, culture has disappeared. People are horrified that they have to pay for music!
“But $20 for two coffees, oh, absolutely. I haven’t got the brain capacity to process this.”
It’s not the first time Gallagher has touched on the subject of people being happy to pay for coffee, but not new music.
Back in 2018, the Pretty Boy singer ranted to NPR:
“Since the rise of the coffee shop, culture has disappeared, don’t you think? People are horrified that they have to pay for music. Music! But $20 for two coffees, ‘Oh, absolutely’.
“I feel like the resistance to pay for music came after people got used to that. Maybe it’s that they got used to spending a lot on commodities that feel like culture – like coffee – and then changed their financial priorities. Or maybe it’s that, all of a sudden, music was free.”
Noel Gallagher recently released the melancholic new track ‘Dead To the World’. The song is the latest single to be taken from his upcoming High Flying Birds album, ‘Council Skies’, which is due for release on June 2. Meanwhile, 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. Noel Gallagher recently shared that there will be a reissue of Oasis’ ‘Definitely Maybe’ album coming in 2024, though confirmed there will not be a reunion tour taking place any time soon.