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15 May 2022

Liam Gallagher, “I Like To Think Oasis Will Get Back Together”

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Liam Gallagher has spoken about his relationship with his brother Noel, the potential for an Oasis reunion and the legacy of his former band in a new interview with Esquire magazine.

Talking about Noel, Liam revealed, “The last time I saw Noel was at a football match about 10 years ago. It’s a shame, isn’t it?”

He added: “The good times outweigh the bad times. I think it’s best to just leave it at that.”

Going on to discuss a potential Oasis reunion, the singer said that he was hopeful about the chances of it happening one day, but suggested it might not be any time soon. “I like to think Oasis will get back together, but not this week.

“The door is ajar on everything. I wouldn’t be surprised if space aliens landed tomorrow. I wouldn’t be surprised if they were already here.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if God walks among us. I wouldn’t be surprised by all sorts.”

Liam went on to talk about Oasis’ legacy, saying, “”Everyone goes on about us being the biggest. There were plenty of places where we could’ve been bigger.

“We were the biggest thing in England. And we were pretty big in Japan. But we weren’t that big in America, not at all.

“We never played stadiums in Spain. There was a lot more work to be done, so we shouldn’t have split up, because we could have made more records. It’s a shame.”

Liam is currently gearing up for the release of his third solo studio album, C’mon You Know (due 27 May on Warner Records), after which he will play his eagerly-awaited shows at Knebworth over 4 and 5 June, just in time for the 25th anniversary of Oasis’ history-making gigs at the site. His latest single, Better Days, was released three weeks ago.

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