Aside from being the on-again, off-again singer and nemesis to his brother, Oasis songwriter Noel Gallagher, Liam Gallagher is a self-professed "godlike rasta icon legend," massive football fan, and professional four-letter word slinger. Following him on Twitter is a constant source of laughs, and in his response to Noel's latest song, he held nothing back.
Kicking off the new year, Noel gave his followers a taste of his upcoming Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds album by sharing a new demo, titled "Trying To Find A World That’s Been And Gone: Part 1," along with a poignant message to fans still struggling through a pandemic.
“So we didn’t actually get there in the end did we?” Gallagher wrote. “I finished writing/demoing the next NGHFB album about 10 days ago. Thought you might wanna hear this little piece which – like last year’s offering – sounds quite appropriate for this New Year’s Day. Hope you had THE BEST night (as much as was allowed anyway) and hopefully we’ll catch up somewhere in the summer.”
Liam, ever the hilarious thorn in Noel's side, responded on Twitter calling his brother a "miserable arse," and telling him to "cheer up you billionaire." Following along with the thread, Liam then responded to fans who hoped for some resolution between the brothers, called Noel some more names, and even explained how he could make the song better.
In a new interview on The Matt Morgan Podcast, Noel announced that he planned on filming the recording of his follow-up to 2017’s Who Built The Moon? at the famed Abbey Road Studios, which we can only assume Liam grumbled heartily at as well.
Anyway, check out Noel's new demo above, and let us all revel in the fact that although the world has been forever changed, the storied rivalry between these two continues on in all of its morning glory.
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