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Noel Gallagher set to ‘record new Oasis album WITHOUT brother Liam’

Noel Gallagher is reportedly set to record a new Oasis album, but brother Liam Gallagher – whom he’s been embroiled in a very public feud with since 2009 – will not be involved.

The warring brothers seemingly ended their quarrel at the beginning of the year as Liam, 48, extended an olive branch on Twitter claiming ‘this is our year.’

But despite hopes of a reunion for the band, it appears Noel, 53, is pressing ahead with plans without Liam as he’s set to re-record 14 tracks that didn’t make it onto the band’s previous albums.

Plans: Noel Gallagher is reportedly set to record a new Oasis album, but brother Liam Gallagher – whom he’s been embroiled in a very public feud with since 2009 – will not be involved (pictured in 2019)

Speaking about his connection to the songs, Noel told The Sun: ‘I’ve listed the proper songs and there were 14. They just fell by the wayside of various projects from down the years.

‘I’m going to record them. Some are quite old school.

‘I was looking at the track listing and thinking, “Actually, fing hell, no I’d approach that song differently”.  It’s been very interesting.’

MailOnline have contacted representatives of Noel for comment.  

Not involved: The warring brothers seemingly ended their quarrel at the beginning of the year as Liam, 48, extended an olive branch on Twitter claiming 'this is our year' (pictured on The Jonathan Ross Show in November)

Not involved: The warring brothers seemingly ended their quarrel at the beginning of the year as Liam, 48, extended an olive branch on Twitter claiming ‘this is our year’ (pictured on The Jonathan Ross Show in November)

Oasis have sold 75 million albums worldwide, having released hit albums including Definitely Maybe and What’s The Story Morning Glory? Their final studio album, Dig Out Your Soul, was released in 2008.

Noel’s reported plans to release their old tracks comes just weeks after Liam ended his feud with his sibling and sparked rumours of a reunion. 

The singer took to Twitter to reconcile with his estranged brother and former Oasis bandmate and announced: ‘this is our year’.

New venture: Despite hopes of a reunion for the band, it appears Noel, 53, is pressing ahead with plans without Liam as he's set to re-record 14 tracks that didn't make it onto the band's previous albums (pictured in 2019)

New venture: Despite hopes of a reunion for the band, it appears Noel, 53, is pressing ahead with plans without Liam as he’s set to re-record 14 tracks that didn’t make it onto the band’s previous albums (pictured in 2019)

Taking to Twitter just after midnight as the UK went into the New Year, Liam tweeted: ‘HNY Noel love you long time 2021 is our year c’mon you know LG x’. 

Noel has yet to respond, and Liam didn’t tag his brother’s Twitter handle into his reconciliation tweet. 

After Liam extended an olive branch to his brother, fans went into meltdown over the prospect of Oasis getting back together. 

One follower responded with: ‘happy new year LG, oasis reunion this year mate x?’ while another enthused: ‘An Oasis reunion could be the best thing happening in 2021.’ 

In the studio: 'I’ve listed the proper songs and there were 14. They just fell by the wayside of various projects from down the years'

In the studio: ‘I’ve listed the proper songs and there were 14. They just fell by the wayside of various projects from down the years’

Making tracks: 'I was looking at the track listing and thinking, "Actually, fing hell, no I’d approach that song differently". It’s been very interesting' (pictured with Liam in 2008)

Making tracks: ‘I was looking at the track listing and thinking, “Actually, fing hell, no I’d approach that song differently”. It’s been very interesting’ (pictured with Liam in 2008)

A third fan tweeted: ‘If you think I’m gonna grab onto this & hope that 2021 is the year of the reunion…..you’re dam right I am…..OASIS OASIS OASIS OASIS.’ 

Taking things to a whole other level, another person insisted: ‘In 1555 Nostradamus wrote in his book ‘les Prophéties’ : 2021 will be the year of Oasis reunion.’ 

At the same time, betting company Ladbrokes have given an Oasis reunion in 2021 odds of 10/1.

The way they were: Oasis have sold 75 million albums worldwide, having released hit albums including Definitely Maybe and What's The Story Morning Glory? Their final studio album, Dig Out Your Soul, was released in 2008

The way they were: Oasis have sold 75 million albums worldwide, having released hit albums including Definitely Maybe and What’s The Story Morning Glory? Their final studio album, Dig Out Your Soul, was released in 2008

Hopes: Noel's reported plans to release their old tracks comes just weeks after Liam ended his feud with his sibling and sparked rumours of a reunion (pictured in 2008)

Hopes: Noel’s reported plans to release their old tracks comes just weeks after Liam ended his feud with his sibling and sparked rumours of a reunion (pictured in 2008)

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told The Sun: ‘Little By Little the odds of Oasis getting back together are shortening so fans may well get their wish this year.’

The brothers have not released a song together in more than a decade, after the band split 12 years ago.

The pair have been trading insults ever since Oasis split at their final concert in Paris in 2009 after a backstage bust-up.

The duo quickly went their separate ways when the band disbanded and their infamous decade-long feud has been running ever since.

Olive branch: Just after midnight as the UK went into the New Year, the singer took to Twitter to reconcile with his estranged brother and former Oasis bandmate

Olive branch: Just after midnight as the UK went into the New Year, the singer took to Twitter to reconcile with his estranged brother and former Oasis bandmate

Roll with it! After Liam extended an olive branch to his brother, fans went into meltdown over the prospect of Oasis getting back together (pictured together in 1998)

Roll with it! After Liam extended an olive branch to his brother, fans went into meltdown over the prospect of Oasis getting back together (pictured together in 1998)


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