Beady Eye man is up for a reunion, according to former Oasis guitarist
Liam Gallagher would reform Oasis “tomorrow”, according to former Oasis guitarist Bonehead.
The only thing stopping a reformation, the guitarist tells NME in this week’s issue, which is on newsstands now or available digitally, is Liam’s brother Noel.
“I’m sure Liam would do it in a shot tomorrow,” he said when asked if Oasis would reform any time soon. “But you’ve got to listen to what Noel says. He’s not up for it, why does he need to? He’s flying around the world, isn’t he?”
He added: “He’s doing well, so why would he need to? Like he said the other day: ‘Biggest band in the world? Been there, done that’. He doesn’t need the money, so I can’t see it.”
Bonehead – aka Paul Arthurs – was a founder member of the band and played rhythm guitar with them until 1999. He is now recording a new album with his band Parlour Flames.
To read the interview in full, pick up a copy of this week’s NME, which is on newsstands now, or available digitally.