by Simona Marchetti
During an interview with BBC Radio Manchester to announce the release of new album Council Skies on June 2, the guitarist seemed more open to the band’s return but admitted it would require “extraordinary circumstances”.
Since the famous backstage fight between Liam and Noel Gallagher at Rock en Seine in Paris in 2009 that ended Oasis, fans of the band have been hoping for a reunion. And now that possibility could really materialize, especially since Noel has spoken out about it himself, who in the past has been the increasingly pessimistic one (he even said last October that he thought it “wouldn’t make much sense because they’re selling more records now than they did then). when they were together”).
Thanks to the announcement of the release of the new album ‘Council Skies’ on June 2nd, when asked about a potential Oasis return during an interview with BBC Radio Manchester, the rocker this time responded with a surprising ‘never say never’, only to then add that “a number of exceptional circumstances are necessary, but that does not mean that those circumstances cannot occur”. So Brother Liam’s response came immediately (social media).
“I just overheard my brother on the phone asking me to forgive him. He wants us to meet. What do I do, do I meet him or do I send him f*****?” he actually did tweeted in his usual tongue-in-cheek tone, the former Oasis frontman. And among thousands of comments, Graham Coxon’s stands out: “Do it,” wrote the guitarist for historic rival Blur, suggesting that Liam meet his brother and end things once and for all.
January 19, 2023 (change January 19, 2023 | 5:35 p.m.)
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