Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher end feud
Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher have seemingly ended their feud after the singer went to see his brother play a concert.
The brothers and former Oasis bandmates - who famously fell out when Noel quit the band following a fight before a Paris gig in 2009 - appear to have finally patched up their relationship after Liam went to see his sibling play with his new band Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds on tour.
The 42-year-old frontman took to his Twitter account yesterday (14.03.15) to post a picture of his Access All Areas backstage pass to the concert.
He captioned the photo: "Keeping it in the family...LG x"
Although it is unclear which High Flying Birds gig Liam went to, Noel and his band were performing in Milan, Italy, on Saturday night.
Liam also took to his Twitter account throughout the week to wish older sibling luck ahead of his shows in Manchester and London this week.
One cryptic post read: "Hometown Gig Monday night, Keeping it Dangerous LG x (sic)"
Noel, 47, recently revealed he and his younger brother - who fronted the band Beady Eye until they split last year - were on speaking terms again and spoke at soccer matches when they both go to support their favourite team Manchester City.
He said: "I see him at the football and we talk."
In another interview, he said: "He sends me cheeky texts from time to time. He texted me the other night asking when my duet with Robbie Williams was coming out. He's all right."
Noel also showed concern for Liam following a turbulent period in his personal life which saw the rock star divorce from wife Nicole Appleton after he fathered a love child with American journalist Liza Ghorbani and had an affair with his former manager Debbie Gwyther - who he now lives with.
The guitarist said: "He's making a f***ing mess of things at the moment, but we've all been there. I've been there. Something like that can be a great thing because you get to the bottom and you cleanse yourself of a lot of baggage and you start again. I'm the kind of person that says, 'F**k it, take it,' and I'll start again. And that would be my advice to him."
Despite their ongoing rift, Liam has spoken of his fondness for his brother in the past but insisted the pair couldn't work together again.
He said in 2013: "Everyone knows my feelings, I'm not shy with that.
"I love our kid - as in the Noel that's not in a band.
"But the geezer that's in the band? I f**king, absolutely f**king, despise him."