Liam Gallagher recently told the U.K.’s Guardian that his former band Oasis will “never” reform.
When the Beady Eye member was asked if they would ever be reunited, he replied: “Never. This is not a stopgap until me and Noel come to our senses and start [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Oasis [/lastfm]again. That is well and truly done.”
His brother, Noel Gallagher, recently released a statement mentioning “the lack of support and understanding from [the] management and bandmates,” after he left the band in August 2009.
Liam’s response to this was: “I just look at him [Noel] now and think, ‘You’re a f*cking fake.’ It’s like, if you want to f*cking leave the band, leave the band . . . if you wanna have five years off, have five years off. We’ll sit down as a band and talk about it. But don’t start going, ‘I was bullied out of the band.’ F*cking sh*te.”
Liam also confirmed that Beady Eye will not play any Oasis songs on their upcoming U.K. tour.
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