Liam Gallagher backtracks on 'Oasis will never reform' claim

'I'm not going to say 'never',' singer admits

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Liam Gallagher has backtracked on his recent claim that Oasis will never reform.

Gallagher had said earlier this month that the band would never get back together. But in a new interview with Thequietus.com, the singer has now said he won't rule out such a reunion.

Asked what his reaction would be if Oasis were asked to reform for money in the future, Gallagher replied: "I'm not going to say 'never', but at the moment no fucking chance."

He added: "But it wouldn't be for money, mate. I like to think that if we did get back together - which we fucking won't - but if we did then it would be for the fans. It would be for the people and the music and not for fucking money."

The singer also hinted that he can see an end to the long-running feud with his brother Noel.

"There's a lot of people involved in it – without mentioning any names – but I don't feel the need to go round to his fucking house and have the door slammed in my face," he said. "There's no encouragement from any parties whereas if there was then it would get sorted."

Gallagher's new band Beady Eye release their debut album 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' today (February 28).

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