By Kevin Rutherford
Today (April 24), Liam Gallagher took to his Twitter, as he does a few times a month. But instead of dispensing such nuggets as “I need to be myself I can’t be no one else ROCK n ROLL RIP,” he merely tweeted the letter ‘O’ at first. Four more letters followed over the span of a few hours, soon spelling out Oasis.
He later tweeted the full word, in case anyone wondered what he was getting at.[tweet https://twitter.com/liamgallagher/status/459422498640388097]
What does it mean? Your guess is as good as anyone else’s at this point, but the general consensus, of course, is that he’s hinting at a reunion of his old band.
Oasis has been disbanded since mid-2009, when Liam and brother Noel fought backstage after an August show, causing the latter to leave the band. The rest of the group went on to form Beady Eye, while Noel added Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds to his resume.
There’s been little indication that the brothers are on superb terms as of late, which makes a possible reunion all the more interesting. In particular, the duo seemed to be at odds over the recent remastering of Oasis’ first three studio albums, a project seemingly helmed by Noel. “HOW CAN YOU REMASTER SOMETHING THATS ALREADY BEING MASTERED,” he asked via Twitter. “DONT BUY INTO IT.LET IT BE.”
Neither brother has tweeted since Liam spelled his former band’s name. Until then, it’s nothing more than a…