Liam Gallagher: 'I'm gutted about Oasis' split'

He also takes a swipe at Noel Gallagher for dressing 'like Liz Hurley's son'

Liam Gallgher If Noel’s the brains, Liam’s the balls. If you need any explanation check out the new DVD ‘Lord Don’t Slow Me Down.’ Pic: Dean Chalkley
Liam Gallagher has spoken again about Oasis splitting up, admitting he's "gutted" the band have come to an end.

Last week, the singer said that "Oasis is no longer" , after Noel Gallagher quit the band in August, and has now told the Daily Mail that he still can't bear to to speak about the split in-depth.

"It's only just been a month and I have to sit down and work it out because as far as I'm concerned my comments would be on my musical headstone," Gallagher said.

He added: "But I'm gutted. I love being in Oasis. When I'm ready, you will hear my side of the story."

In the interview – which saw Gallagher speaking about his clothing label Pretty Green – he also takes a swipe at Noel Gallagher's fashion sense.

"He dresses like Liz Hurley's son," Gallagher said. "He's on the posh vibe. Loves a cardigan and all that. He had some of the Pretty Green gear when we were almost on speaking terms, but I don't think he's happy about it. A few of my mates were backstage wearing it and he was like 'Why are you wearing that?' And my mates were like 'Cos you bloody can't'. What does he know anyway? His fashion sense is massively overrated."

Gallagher went on to reveal that he has given up drugs in order to become a better father.

He said: "I've knocked all that [drug use] on the head since last November. I'll have a drink now and again. But not for the time being – I'm having a rest.

"You must remember, though, that I've caned it for 20 years and not just on the sauce but with all sorts. I've had a great time and now I'm having a break. It doesn't work with kids, man. You wake up the next day after a session and you're looking for bits of your kids' homework and football boots. You're all over the place – it's rubbish."

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