Noel Gallagher has dismissed claims that he’ll never talk with his brother Liam again.
The siblings have had a tumultuous relationship ever since Oasis split in 2009, with the pair exchanging barbed comments in the media and, at one point, it seemed their spat could have even developed into a full-blown legal dispute.
However, in a documentary titled Mark Lawson Talks To Noel Gallagher which will be aired this evening (March 30) on BBC 4 at 11.20pm, the High Flying Birds man said that their relationship wasn’t beyond repair, and suggested they would heal their rift in the future.
Speaking about Liam, he said: “There is no contact of any significance, to my mother’s disgust. But we are big boys now. She can’t tell us what to do for ever.” He then went on to add:
It’s not the last time I’m ever going to speak to him. Of course I’m going to speak to him again but I’m busy.
Gallagher is set to release a new EP next month, which is titled ‘Songs From The Great White North’. The EP, which contains four tracks in total, will be released on 12′ vinyl to celebrate this year’s Record Store Day, which happens on April 21. It is made up of his recent B-sides and includes his recent collaboration with Amorphous Androgynous ‘Shoot A Hole Into The Sun’ as well as previous offerings ‘The Good Rebel’, ‘Let The Lord Shine A Light On Me’ and ‘I’d Pick You Everytime’.
You can scroll down and click below to watch both parts of NME‘s ultimate video guide to Noel Gallagher.