The group's former frontman took to social media this evening to tweet the band's name
Liam Gallagher tweeted a series of Oasis related messages earlier this evening (April 24).
Gallagher took to the social media network to individually tweet the letters O A S I S over the course of a few hours, following it up by tweeting OASIS LG. Fans responded by asking what the meaning of the message was, tweeting back at the singer “WHAT DOES THIS MEAN”, “oh god what” and “just tell us what you’re on about”.
Liam Gallagher recently attended the opening of the Oasis exhibition Chasing The Sun: Oasis 1993–1997 at Londonewcastle Project Space in Shoreditch, London, alongside Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs. The pair arrived unannounced at the invite-only preview to the free-to-view exhibition on April 10. Gallagher and the former Oasis guitarist were swarmed by fans on entering, and spent about 45 minutes posing for pictures and talking to attendees.
Speaking to NME after the event, Bonehead said: “We didn’t get to see [the exhibition] – we got fucking mobbed. But actually going in there with Liam and seeing what I did see was pretty emotional. I spoke to Paul Slattery, who’s got a lot of pictures up, and me and Liam gave him big hugs and made plans to catch up. We looked at each other and went, ‘Is it really 20 years ago?’ Mental, man – time flies.”
The exhibition took place to mark the reissue of the band’s 1994 debut album ‘Definitely Maybe’ on May 19.