Graham Coxon has hit back at Liam Gallagher’s claim that Noel has recently made contact in an attempt to reconcile.
Yesterday (January 18), Liam took to Twitter to say that his estranged brother and former Oasis bandmate had been “on the phone apologizing,” adding: “bless him.” [he] wants to meet
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The singer then asked his followers, “What does Dya think about meeting up or fucking it up? [?]”
Unsurprisingly, many of LG’s fans expressed their excitement over the news, calling for him to make it up to Noel.
Among those who responded was one of the Gallagher brothers’ former Britpop rivals, Blur guitarist Coxon. “Do it,” he responded to Liam’s tweet.
This summer, Blur will reunite for their first headlining shows since 2015, with their schedule including two big dates at London’s Wembley Stadium.
— graham coxon (@grahamcoxon) January 18, 2023
Recent activity among the Gallaghers suggests that the return of Oasis could be more likely than ever.
Noel said earlier this week that he would “never say never” to an Oasis comeback. However, the musician added that “there would have to be an extraordinary set of circumstances” for the band to take the stage again.
Last October, Noel said there was “no point” in an Oasis reunion because the group still sells “as many records now” as when they were active.
Meanwhile, Liam has expressed his desire to bring the band back on numerous occasions in recent years. In early 2022, LG said that Oasis “should have never broken up” and that it would “love” them to get back together.
speaking to NME in 2020, Liam claimed that the return of Oasis would happen “very soon” because he believes that Noel is “greedy and he loves money and he knows it has to happen soon or it won’t happen”.
The brothers appeared to be embroiled in a new feud late last year, after Liam claimed there were no Oasis songs on his knebworth 22 documentary because the “angry jet” Noel Gallagher “blocked them”. Liam also recently hit back at critics of him singing Oasis songs at his solo concerts.
In other news, Noel Gallagher will release his fourth High Flying Birds album ‘Council Skies’ on June 2nd via Sour Mash. You can pre-order/pre-save it here.