Published Sep 29, 2016We're learning a lot about Oasis in the lead-up to the Britpop band's upcoming Supersonic documentary, but the ever-feuding Gallagher brothers' story is far from over yet. Continuing his habit of publicly spouting off about his older brother Noel, Liam Gallagher has revealed what he would do if he found out his children had attended a Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds gig.
He described listening to Coldplay and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds as surefire way to become "a square," then detailed what he would do if he ever found out that his own kids had gone to see their uncle's post-Oasis solo project.
"If I ever caught them at one of their gigs there'd be trouble," he told Metro [via NME]. "I'd stop their pocket money or I'd dish out loads of old photos of them with nappies full of shit and put that on the internet and say, 'Cop that, dickhead.'"
"That'll do it 'cos they think they're 16, 17," he added, confirming that his embarrassing dad game is, indeed, quite strong.
The younger Gallagher opened up further, discussing the possibility of rekindling either a friendly or professional relationship with Noel.
"Who knows? It certainly wouldn't be for money," Liam said. "I guess it would be nice to put it all to bed for me mam's sake. I miss hanging out with my brother. I fucking love him but at the same time he's treated me like a bit of a cunt. We're having a stand off, but it's a funny one, we're not putting in each other's windows or messing with each other's tires, trying to kill each other."
Most recently, that stand off has manifested itself in the form of creative insult hurling from Liam's side; he's deemed his brother both a potato and a "shit bag."
"He's like, 'He can't sing,'" he told Metro, detailing Noel's contributions to the feud. His own response? "Fucking do one, potato."
Proving that there's at least a smidge of self-awareness in Liam about the public drama, he added, "It's stupid and childish and we should know better, but we don't."
As previously reported, Liam Gallagher will release a solo record next year. Supersonic will also arrive in Canadian theatres for a special one-night event on October 27, while Oasis will also reissue Be Here Now on October 7.