Liam Gallagher has unequivocally ruled out an Oasis reunion.
Speculation that the ’90s Britpop band would reform was reignited when Gallagher posted a cryptic message on Twitter this week suggesting he and his brother Noel had made up after the pair’s almost decade-long feud.
Speaking to The Age on Wednesday night, Liam confirmed the pair have called a truce.
“I got a little thing through the door from his management team and so I think there’s been a bit of a reach-out and a bit of a truce,” he said.
“It’s all good – season of goodwill and all that, you know?”
The brothers haven’t spoken to each other since the acrimonious split of Oasis in 2009, but on Tuesday evening UK time, Liam posted a tweet hinting that the pair’s often very public feud, had been put aside – and the internet went wild.
“I wanna say Happy Xmas to team NG it’s been a great year thanks for everything looking forward to seeing you tomorrow,” Liam tweeted.
When a fan replied to the tweet – which has been ‘liked’ more than 54,000 times – querying if Liam was in fact referring to Noel, Liam replied “we’re all good”.
Gallagher seemed baffled that his tweet had generated so much excitement online – “I don’t look at the internet, what’s it saying then? About a reunion and that?” – and said there would be “no more slagging”.
“All is good in my neck of the woods,” he said, before adding that fans should not expect this to mean an Oasis reunion was on the cards.
“God no, no. Oasis isn’t getting back together, not at all. I’m doing my thing, he’s doing his thing and that is the end of it,” he said.
“It’s still the same – it’s just that I’ve called a truce on it and he’s called a truce on it and no more slagging.”