In his latest interview with The Irish Times, Noel Gallagher talked about his brother Liam Gallagher and Oasis.
When he was asked “Things are alright with Liam at the moment, then?” he answered:
“They’re always alright, it’s only because we’re never pictured coming out of the f**king Groucho – and even if we were, imagine. Say someone takes a picture of us coming out of the pub together – what do you think happens the minute that picture hits the internet? The world goes into meltdown at an Oasis reunion, that’s what. ISIS stop what they’re doing, the f**king space programme shuts down. When we were in the band, we saw each other on tour and in the studio. Outside of that, we have our own completely separate lives. I’ve got my circle of friends, he’s got his. We exchanged pleasantries on Christmas Day, and he’s alright. I hope he gets his s*it together. There’s nothing more to say about it than that, really.”
On the other hand, Noel is not one for nostalgia and talking about Oasis he said: “Because Oasis was such a big part of people’s lives, they want you to somehow feel it like they felt it; they won’t accept that I have a different take on it. People say, ‘But they changed my life!’ and I say, ‘Well, they changed mine – but what d’you want me to f**king do, kill myself?’ If it changed yours, good. Great. Go and listen to the f**king records.”
Source: The Irish Times