Liam Gallagher interested in reforming Oasis for 'Definitely Maybe' anniversary gigs in 2014

Beady Eye frontman says he would 'bury the hatchet for a quick lap of honour'

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Liam Gallagher has revealed he is interested in reforming Oasis in 2014 to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the band's debut album 'Definitely Maybe'.

Despite being the frontman of Beady Eye and admitting he is not on speaking terms with brother Noel, Liam said there is "unfinished business" with Oasis and that he would even reform the band for no financial reward.

Speaking to NME as part of this week's cover feature, Liam said: "There's unfinished business there. People ask would I get Oasis back together. I'd do it for nowt, but if someone's going to drop a load of fucking money, I'd do it for that too. I don't think we'd ever make another record. I doubt we'll ever get back together."

Talking about the upcoming anniversary of Oasis' debut album and the possibility of getting the band back together, Liam continued: "If we do, it'd be nice to do that fucking thing that's coming up (the 20th anniversary) I'd be up for that. But I'd still go back to Beady Eye and Noel would go back to his thing. We could bury the hatchet for a quick lap of honour."

Beady Eye release their second album 'BE' on June 10 and will play live at Manchester Ritz on June 19 before heading to London for a show at Camden Centre on June 20. The short stint will then come to a close in Glasgow at the ABC on June 22. The band have lined up festival slots at Benicassim, V Festival and T In The Park this summer.

Scroll down and click 'play' to watch behind the scenes video footage of Beady Eye on the set of their NME cover shoot.

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