Frontman was "unavailable for comment" when approached by NME
Liam Gallagher has offered “no comment” when asked to confirm or deny rumours that Oasis may reunite in 2016.
The rumour that Liam and brother Noel may reunite next year first emerged over the weekend with the pair said to have reached a ‘gentleman’s agreement’ to reform the Britpop outfit.
Representatives for both Liam and Noel have been reached for comment by NME with Liam confirmed as “unavailable for comment” at the present time. A spokesperson for Noel has yet to respond at the time of writing.
Oasis fans have reacted with a mixture of joy and trepidation about a potential reunion. See Oasis fan responses in full below.
Oasis acrimoniously split in 2009 with Noel citing an inability to work with his brother as the key reason. There has, however, seemingly been a thawing in the pair’s relationship lately. Last month saw Liam taking to Twitter to post a photo of himself holding a backstage pass to one of Noel’s gigs, who in turn has publically encouraged his younger sibling to record a solo album.
Noel Gallagher is well-versed in fielding questions about possibly reforming Oasis. While in the past he’s asserted that he would never take part in a reunion, a January interview with Q did find the guitarist open to the idea, but only for financial reasons.