Oasis won't be reuniting anytime soon. Liam Gallagher has made it clear that the band coming together is not possible as he and his older brother, Noel Gallagher, continue to have their differences.
Speaking on Radio X, the singer said the band's reunion is unlikely as he does not want to "put my band in that world" where Noel has been living.
"He seems very, he's living in a world of, he's living over there in that world, you know what I mean, and there's no f**king room for Oasis in that world as far as I'm concerned," Liam told host Chris Moyles as quoted by The Sun.
"I'd rather f**king work in McDonald's mate or get hit by a f**king 18-wheeler at 100 miles an hour, than bring my band and put it in that world."
Although Liam misses the good old days with his sibling, he now finds his brother changed.
"I miss the old Noel, who was a bit of a f*****g lad and that and we had a laugh and all that."
"But he seems very, he doesn't seem like, you know, I'm not saying we should be the same person but he seems like he's after something else in life, man, and I don't know what it is."
Talking about their feud, Liam said that their ongoing banter has "turned in to a sport".
"It's gone, it's turned in to a sport now. It's a sport, it's a f**king, it's a sport," he said.
He also said that his brother will enjoy his solo debut album titled As You Were, which releases in October.
Liam replied: "Oh yeah, of course he will have. And as a music lover he'll like it. And he'll come out and say it like a good boy. He'll go, 'That's a good fucking album'. But deep down he'll be fucking going, 'That little fucker', you know what I mean?"
"I'm definitely not on his level, he's a far better songwriter than me, because he's been doing it for years. But as a singer, that's my gig man."