Liam Gallagher is never shy about launching attacks on his brother Noel Gallagher on Twitter but the latter has tended to be quieter on the social media front in the past. However, having surprised fans by making a dig at his younger sibling on Twitter earlier this month, Noel has been growing more vocal lately, engaging in more tit-for-tat with Liam.
Today, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds released the latest single from their upcoming EP Blue Moon Rising.
Come On Outside is now available to stream and buy, with fans can also pre-order the EP.
Noel hinted the arrival of the new song, a demo of which was unveiled years ago, on Twitter, sharing a couple of lines from the lyrics with his 1.2 million followers which read: “To the people lost and lonely in the fortress of your mind…”
“Can any of you tell what’s coming out tomorrow?” he teased.
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Blue Moon Rising is set for release on March 6.
Noel’s recent increase in Twitter activity hasn’t gone unnoticed by Oasis fans, however, who tend to be divided down the middle into Team Noel or Team Liam.
One social media user, who appeared to be firmly from the second camp, tweeted Liam noting his brother’s presence on the platform, saying: “Must be seeing all the love and light his little brother keeps BEAMING.”
Just hours before the release of Come On Outside, Liam took the opportunity to have a swipe at his former bandmate.
“Nothing worse than being late to the party,” he jibed.
The younger Gallagher brother has long been using Twitter to vocalise his feud with Noel.
Earlier this month, though, Noel decided to play him at his own game, mocking his new single Once.
“Silence is golden… and just in case you weren’t already aware someone still has a new single out,” he tweeted.
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“I believe it’s called Once which is the exact amount of times it should be played,” he quipped.
“It’s still available in all good record shops but mostly in the s**t ones. Happy Sunday.”
When one fan drew his attention to his brother “piping up” on Twitter, Liam hit back: “He’s snookered nowhere to run nowhere to hide the people have this number f***ed it.”
The brothers called time on Oasis in 2009 amid their ongoing feud.
Since then, the spat hasn’t died down but that hasn’t stopped fans speculating over and over again about a possible reunion.
Last month, Liam claimed Noel had phoned him “begging” to get the band back together in 2022.
But Noe dismissed the comments, telling TalkSPORT: “Sadly I think the other fella must have been on the leftover Christmas Babycham.
“For the record, until anyone hears it from ME, it’s not happening,” he added.
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