Did Liam Gallagher take a ‘midlife crisis’ swipe at Noel?

The former Oasis frontman seems to have slammed his estranged brother over his performance at a YOTA gig.

Liam Gallagher has appeared to have criticised his brother Noel after he appeared on stage with YOTA at a gig in Shoreditch yesterday (13.06.18).

Taking to Twitter today (14.06.18), Liam referred to a “midlife crisis” being in “full effect”.

The singer, who released his debut album As You Were in 2017, may have been alluding to the fact that his former bandmate performed at London venue XOYO with YOTA – a band formed by members of Gorillaz and the Klaxons.


Fans posted footage of Noel playing a track that he is thought to have written for the band.

Despite the saga between Liam and Noel apparently continuing, family relations seems to have improved for Liam recently.

In May, the ‘Wall of Glass’ singer posted a picture of himself and his estranged 21-year-old daughter, Molly Moorish. He had Molly with his ex, Lisa Moorish. His two sons Lennon and Gene, who are Molly’s half brothers, also feature in the photograph.


Liam plays London’s Finsbury Park on Friday 29 June with Wolf Alice and The DMA’s. Full 2018 world tour dates are available on his website.


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