Graham Coxon Responds to Liam Gallagher’s Claim That Noel “Begged For Forgiveness”


Graham Coxon responded to Liam Gallagher’s statement that Noel had recently contacted him in an attempt to reconcile.

Yesterday (January 18) Liam tweeted that his estranged brother and former Oasis bandmate was “on the phone asking for forgiveness,” adding: “Bless him [he] wants to meet.”

Then the singer asked his followers: “What does the Uncle think, will he meet or fuck off [?]»

As expected, many LG fans expressed their excitement over the news and urged him to make peace with Noel.

Among those who responded was one of the Gallagher brothers’ former brit-pop rivals, Blur guitarist Coxon. “Do it,” he replied to Liam’s tweet.

Blur will reunite this summer for their first headliners since 2015, and their schedule includes two major concerts at Wembley Stadium in London.

Recent activity between the Gallaghers suggests that the return of Oasis may be more likely than ever.

Earlier this week, Noel said he would “never say never” to Oasis’ return. However, the musician added that “extraordinary circumstances will be required” for the band to return to the stage together.

Last October, Noel said there was “no point” in Oasis reuniting because the band is still selling “as many records now” as they sold when they were active.

Meanwhile, Liam has repeatedly expressed his desire to bring the band back in recent years. In early 2022, LG said that Oasis “should never have broken up” and that he “would like” them to be together again.

Speaking to NME in 2020, Liam stated that Oasis’ comeback will happen “very soon” because he believes Noel is “greedy, loves money and knows it has to happen soon, otherwise it won’t happen.”

The brothers became embroiled in a new feud late last year after Liam claimed there were no Oasis songs in his documentary about Knebworth 22 because “evil squirt” Noel Gallagher “blocked them.” Liam also recently rebuffed critics for singing Oasis tracks at his solo concerts.

From other news: Noel Gallagher is due to release his fourth High Flying Birds album “Council Skies” on June 2 via Sour Mash label. You can pre-order/pre-save it here.


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