Noel Gallagher Says He Won’t Talk To Liam While Working On New Oasis Documentary


In his interview with BBC Radio, former Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher opened up about his relationship with his brother and former bandmate Liam Gallagher and revealed that he won’t communicate with his brother during the production process of the upcoming Oasis feature film.

As you might know, Oasis disbanded in 2009 when Noel Gallagher decided to leave the band due to his personal problems with his brother Liam. Since then, the brothers haven’t worked on any other musical projects and have gone to separate ways. Noel founded his own band Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds while remaining members of Oasis continued to play together in a new band called Beady Eye.

Even though Liam and Noel Gallagher decided not to collaborate in any other project, it has recently been announced that the Gallagher brothers will be the co-producers of the upcoming Oasis documentary. The film is based on Oasis legendary Knebworth concerts as a celebration of its 25th anniversary.

During the recent interview, the interviewer asked Noel Gallagher about the current status of his relationship with his brother Liam. He responded to the question by saying that they were done years ago. Then, the interviewer reminded him that they will be collaborating for the upcoming Oasis documentary as co-executive producers. Gallagher stated that the film is just a business and he won’t talk to his brother during the production process of the film.

Noel implied that the Oasis film doesn’t require the brothers to talk to each other by saying:

“Yeah, yeah, but that’s just signing a piece of paper.

Gallagher dismissed any feature relationship with Liam by saying he wouldn’t talk to him and continued:

“No, no, no. That little thing, that little tweet is just a little snapshot of a daily thing where it’s why I’m not getting involved in that. We’re done.

You can listen to the interview below.