Oasis fans around the world are buzzing with excitement as reports surface that Liam and Noel Gallagher, the feuding brothers who formed the iconic British band, may be on the path to reconciliation and a possible reunion.
The Gallagher brothers are making headlines again and this time, it’s not just for their infamous feud. Liam and Noel Gallagher, the duo that made up Oasis, are said to be taking steps to rebuild their relationship and have reportedly been in contact “behind closed doors” to make it happen.
According to an insider, the brothers have floated the idea of attending a Manchester City football match together, as well as meeting up for a walk in North London’s Hampstead Heath. While these may seem like small steps, they are a sign that the wheels are in motion for a potential Oasis reunion.
Of course, fans of the band have been eagerly awaiting a reunion for years, and the Gallagher brothers apparently “don’t mind” the reunion rumours. But before anyone gets too excited, it’s important to note that the brothers need to patch up their brotherly bond before they can even think about getting back in the studio together.
For those unfamiliar with the brothers’ feud, it all began in 2009 when Liam contracted laryngitis and cancelled a festival performance. Noel claimed he was just hungover, which led to Liam demanding an apology. Noel issued the apology, but ultimately quit the band.
Since the band’s split, the brothers have been embroiled in a public spat that has included insults hurled on social media, in interviews, and even during solo concerts. But with news of a potential reconciliation, fans are holding out hope for a true Oasis reunion.
It remains to be seen whether the Gallagher brothers will be able to fully patch up their relationship, but if they do, it could be a monumental moment in the world of rock and roll. Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.