Liam Gallagher responds to Noel’s friendship with Damon Albarn and Bono: ‘Whatever next?’

Noel has 'small man syndrome,' says Liam

Liam Gallagher has hit out at brother Noel Gallagher and his celebrity friends in a new interview.

The former Oasis frontman has announced his return to music, confirming that he’s working on a new album, which is expected to be released next year.

Speaking to Q Magazine, Liam took aim at ex-bandmate Noel and the company he keeps nowadays. “Whatever next? Robbie Williams turning up on his next record? I’d have to send the police round,” he said.

He continued: “Put it this way, Noel lives in a £17million house. That changes you, I reckon. You have appropriate furniture, appropriate kitchens, appropriate red wine that Bono’s recommended. And Damon Albarn becomes your mate. Fair dos, but not for me.”

Liam has been openly critical of Noel in recent times, especially on Twitter where he has started calling Noel a “potato” on a regular basis. Asked about his Twitter antics, Gallagher replied: “Oh, I know. I know. Lots of people say I need to chill out about Noel. Not until they stop Twitter. That c*nt will always get it from me.”

On whether his brother gets frustrated by his insults, Liam said: “Well, yeah. I’ve heard they really annoy him. Someone told me the other week that the only thing that does his nut in are my tweets. Good. They will carry on and they will get bigger and better.”

Gallagher did, however, say that he “loves” his brother and misses he relationship they used to share. “I miss the Noel in the [upcoming Supersonic documentary] film, that’s the Noel I know. And I do love him. I don’t sit at home crying into a picture of him, though, and I’m sure he doesn’t of me either. But I’m an energy and I bet he misses that energy.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Gallagher appeared open to reuniting with brother Noel Gallagher, saying: “I believe Oasis will sail again and it’ll be glorious. If it’s really about the fans, Noel, let’s do it – because they want it. One year. Tour for a year. We’d smash it. My bags are still packed from my last tour, so I’m ready.”

He also accused his brother of having “small man syndrome”, saying: “Every fucking soundcheck he’d stand in the middle and sing.”