Liam also describes High Flying Birds as "Beady Lite"
Former Oasis guitarist Noel recently announced a series of North American tour dates scheduled for February and March 2018. Tickets went on sale today (September 28), with prices ranging from around $40 (£33) to over $300 (£250) for an “Enhanced Experience” VIP package.
Reacting to the news, Liam took to Twitter to write: “350 dollars to go and see rkid in USA what a c**t when will it all stop as you were LG x”. He went on to describe Noel’s High Flying Birds band as “Beady lite”, adding: “you lot need your heads testing”.
Liam later tweeted about Noel failing to sell out all the shows on his UK tour, suggesting that his brother could open for him “like the good old days”. He also told a fan that he “adores” and “misses” Noel and that their strained relationship is “breaking my heart”.
Earlier this month, Liam himself was forced to respond after fans voiced complaints over not being able to purchase pre-sale tickets for his UK tour.
Noel’s US tour announcement also came with the announcement of a 2018 UK tour and confirmation of his new album.
‘Who Built The Moon?’ will be released on November 24, a month after Liam’s debut solo record ‘As You Were’ comes out on October 6.
“I have nothing to apologise for when it comes to Oasis ending,” Liam told The Big Issue. “That was not my doing. That was all Noel. I just got dealt those cards so I moved on. Yeah, I miss the band. I miss having the lads about.”
Liam continued: “The only regret I have is that our kid [Noel] became a dickhead. I regret his head got turned and he brought The Sun into our dressing rooms. Other than that, I don’t regret one bit. People know we meant it and we didn’t kiss arse to get where we got. It’s all been amazing.”
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Noel’s UK and Ireland tour dates are below:
22 – Brighton, Brighton Centre
24 – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
25 – Aberdeen, BHGE Arena
27 – London, The SSE Arena Wembley
30 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
1 – Birmingham, Birmingham Arena
3 – Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
4 – Manchester, Manchester Arena
6 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
7 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
9 – Belfast, The SSE Arena
10 – Dublin, 3Arena
You can see Liam’s UK live dates in full below:
30 – Belfast, The SSE Arena
1 – Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
3 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
4 – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
6 – Plymouth, Pavilions
7 – London, Alexandra Palace
10 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
12 – Birmingham, Arena
13 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
15 – Brighton, Centre
16 – Manchester, Arena