Liam Gallagher has reportedly made peace with Alex Turner, over a drink, after criticising his “American” accent.
The feud was supposedly sparked after the 45-year-old mocked the Arctic Monkeys frontman for adopting an American twang following his move to Los Angeles in 2012.
But Gallagher appeared to bury the hatchet with the 32-year-old after the pair were spotted sharing beers at Budapest’s Sziget Festival last week.
A source told The Sun: “Liam has definitely mellowed over the past year.
“Particularly since reuniting with his daughter Molly [Moorish]. He’s realised that sometimes he is too quick to speak before thinking things through.”
They added: “Alex was there ahead of the Arctic Monkeys performance on Tuesday and after they got chatting backstage they ended up back at a local hotel until the early hours, drinking and talking about music.
“Liam is definitely a changed-for-the-better man. Alex didn’t seem to be holding any grudge, they got on like a house on fire.”
The news comes after Gallagher mocked Turner for his “transatlantic twang”.
Speaking to BBC Radio 1 at the time, Gallagher said: “It’s when they do an interview and that later on down the line and they’ve been to America once and they come back.
“They start speaking American. You know what I mean? They’re the ones. Like the geezer from the Arctic Monkeys.
He added: “He did it, didn’t he? He started getting his hair in a quiff and biker leather jackets on. You know what I mean?
“It’s like, when he goes back to his mum’s, does he really walk in with that biker leather jacket and go [American accent] “hey mum, can I have some tea?’”