Wonderwall is sung in karaoke bars around the world, but at Villiers, we miss the real thing. Oasis’ achievements were world-class, selling over 70 million records worldwide and receiving six Brit Awards.
After both Noel and Liam Gallagher have been announced be be at Glastonbury Festival in 2017, albeit in different capacities, people have once agun suspected a Oasis reunion to be announced at Glastonbury. Liam Gallagher will be performing his latest single ‘Wall on the Glass,” and Noel Gallagher will be announcing the film Supersonic. Find out about an Oasis reunion first by signing up to the Villiers newsletter today.
Both front men Noel Gallagher and Liam Gallagher have continued to release successful music independently after their devastating split. But what are the chances of an Oasis reunion tour? Noel Gallagher and the High-Flying Birds are currently set to be the support act for U2’s 30th anniversary tour, The Joshua Tree 2017 tour. Could this inspire their own reunion? Notably, there is a surprisingly high amount of people betting on an Oasis reunion.
A lot of rumours go around about Oasis ending in 2009, some fuelled by the Gallagher brother’s tendency for public bickering. General opinion tends to take the opinion that Oasis broke up due to a rivalry between these two music legends. This opinion is exacerbated by a series of interviews and twitter remarks which involve Liam repeatedly describing Noel as a potato, and on occasion a pouting potato. In 2011, Liam even sued Noel for slander. Despite this, it seems that this controversial duo has mended their frustrated relationship, Liam even admitted to having missed his brother. Although, Liam has recently produced solo music, he has been quoted saying that nothing beats being in a band.
Oasis are known for their clever anthems that formed British pop, inducted into the hall of fame of Rock and Roll by their notorious lifestyle depicted in the film ‘Supersonic’. The Gallagher’s talent never failed to impress, they put themselves in the league of artists like The Beatles. Their unique sound is responsible for influencing world-class bands like the Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian, Killers and many more.
After the 2016 release of nostalgic film “Supersonic”, we hope that an Oasis reunion is around the corner. Liam Gallagher has told the public, that the less pressure there is, the more likely they are to return. In the meantime, speculation continues to build around the possible announcement of an Oasis 2018 tour. Will it be worldwide or just in the UK and where will they perform? London’s O2 Arena, Wembley Stadium, The SSE Hydro or 3Arena in Dublin? Whatever the outcome, we want to make sure you are the first to know. Sign up to our mailing list today to make sure you don’t miss out on the chance to see Oasis, wherever they confirm to be playing.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL