has backtracked on his recent claim that Oasis
will never reform.
Gallagher had said last month (read story on UG
) that the band would never get back together. But in a new interview with Thequietus.com
, the singer has now said he won't rule out such a reunion.
Asked what his reaction would be if Oasis were asked to reform for money in the future, Gallagher replied: "I'm not going to say 'never', but at the moment no f-cking chance.
He added: "But it wouldn't be for money, mate. I like to think that if we did get back together - which we f-cking won't - but if we did then it would be for the fans. It would be for the people and the music and not for f-cking money.
The singer also hinted that he can see an end to the long-running feud with his brother Noel
"There's a lot of people involved in it without mentioning any names but I don't feel the need to go round to his f-cking house and have the door slammed in my face,
" he said. "There's no encouragement from any parties whereas if there was then it would get sorted.
Gallagher's new band Beady Eye
release their debut album "Different Gear, Still Speeding
" (February 28).
Thanks for the report to Nme.com