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Liam Gallagher MOCKS brother Noel Gallagher's new single amid ongoing Oasis clash

Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher called time on Oasis back in 2009 amid ongoing tensions within the band. In the years which have followed, their feud has rumbled on, with the pair regularly exchanging jibes on social media and in interviews. Now, unsurprisingly, the younger Gallagher brother has used his sibling’s upcoming release to have another pop at him on Twitter.

Noel debuted new single Blue Moon Rising earlier this month with his band Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

The song was first played on the radio — and became available to stream — just one day before Liam dropped the music video for Once, starring Eric Cantona.

Earlier today, Liam took aim at Blue Moon Rising after a Twitter follower told him they’d been enjoying Noel’s track.

“Liam I did something horrible last night,” the Twitter user said.


“I vibed to Blue Moon Rising,” they tweeted, adding: “Please god forgive my sin.”

Mocking his brother’s single in view of his 3.2 million followers, Liam replied: “Oh dear, how will you ever redeem yourself.”

“Please god I’ll never do it again. I’m gonna listen to WMWN [Liam’s album Why Me? Why Not.] for the rest of the week to make up for it,” the fan joked.

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There’s clearly still an abundance of antagonism between Liam and Noel but that hasn’t stopped the ever-present rumours of a possible Oasis reunion.

Liam has made no secret of the fact he wishes Oasis had never split up but made it clear, should a reunion be on the cards, it wouldn’t all be on Noel’s terms.

The former Beady Eye star claimed his brother “seems to think he’ll be throwing [him] a bone”, announcing: “He won’t be throwing me a f***ing bone.

“It’ll be 50/50 and I’ll be choosing who’s in the band as well,” Liam continued. “Because if he thinks I’m joining the High Flying Birds but calling it Oasis, he’s got another thing coming.”

The musician said Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs, who was one of the original guitarists with Oasis, would be part of the line-up if they got back together.

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