Noel Gallagher Is Still Not Interested In an Oasis Reunion

Lawrence Watson
Noel Gallagher photographed in 2015.

You know what's still not going to happen? An Oasis reunion.

Noel Gallagher opened up about his former band, as well as a bunch of other subjects, when he was stopped at the airport.

So what did Noel weigh in on?

First off, he does not think "Wonderwall" is the greatest song of all time. And he noted that "to some people" Oasis is the greatest band. He did add that he thought they "were pretty good," however without really fully commiting to a stance either way.

He also opened up about how he used to write better lyrics when he was high, but he doesn't get high anymore.

As for your dream that Oasis will get back together someday, at like maybe some festival or something, well they won't-- and he just doesn't care that it might be destroying you. You can check out the whole video here.

Earlier this month, when speaking to Billboard, Noel seemed equally uninterested in reuniting with brother Liam and making Oasis happen again. "There has been no 'gentleman's agreement' to reform Oasis," he said. "There will never be a 'gentleman's agreement' to reform Oasis. There is no 'source close to the band'; there might well be a 'source' course to Liam! It isn't going to happen -- the end."


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