Tensions in the long running feud between Liam and Noel Gallagher have apparently eased, as the former Oasis frontman has posted a selfie in which he proudly displayed a backstage pass to one of his brother’s recent concerts.
The Gallaghers have famously been at war since 2009, when Liam walked out on Oasis just before a gig, according to the Daily Mail. The duo have since engaged in years of bickering, recently highlighted when Noel claimed that Liam was making a “f***ing mess” of his personal life, amid reports of his affair with Debbie Gwyther.
“As we know, you can’t plan 30 seconds of your life with him as it can go t*ts up any time,” Noel asserted in an interview last November.
The brothers seem to have buried the hatchet to some degree, however, as Liam tweeted a picture of himself this Saturday, brandishing an all access pass for Noel’s band, the High Flying Birds. Asserting in the caption that he was “keeping it in the family,” Liam immediately sparked hopes among Oasis fans that a reunion might be a possibility in the not-so-distant future.
— Celebrity Manchester (@CelebManchester) March 15, 2015
Ahead of the High Flying Birds’ concert in Manchester last week, Sky News notes that Liam also took to twitter, posting that he was “Keeping it dangerous.” Several of the singer’s tweets have contained the line recently, now understood to be a reference to Noel’s band.
Hometown Gig Monday night, Keeping it Dangerous LG x
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) March 9, 2015
Two years ago, Liam dashed hopes of an Oasis reunion, asserting in an interview that his feelings toward Noel were very different when his brother was a part of Oasis.
“Everyone knows my feelings, I’m not shy with that. I love our kid – as in the Noel that’s not in a band. But the geezer that’s in the band? I f****ing, absolutely f****ing, despise him.”
Noel Gallagher, meanwhile, has been forthright in admitting that he’s pleased with the success of his new band, and that a reunion isn’t on his radar. As the Inquisitr previously reported, Noel has pointed out that an Oasis reunion isn’t entirely his decision to make.
“Let’s say I get up tomorrow morning, have a stretch, and say to my wife, ‘How about this Oasis thing?’ It’s not up to me. Who knows if Liam wants to do it? He probably does, but I don’t know. It’s not on my radar at all. I’m very happy with what I’m doing.”
Whether or not the end of their feud means a reunion is yet in the cards, Liam and Noel Gallagher will reportedly release a documentary chronicling their historic Knebworth concerts for the event’s 20th anniversary in 2016.
[Image: Twitter/ Liam Gallagher via the Daily Mail]