Almost 10 years since Oasis broke up amid nasty a sibling rivalry, former frontman Liam Gallagher has reached out to his guitarist brother Noel Gallagher in a bid to reunite the band.
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Liam took to Twitter to send a jumbled message to his estranged brother, citing his Noel's alcohol-free gigs as the catalyst.
"Earth to Noel listen up rkid [sic] I hear your doing gigs where people can't drink alcohol now that's the BeZarist [sic] thing you've done yet," he wrote.
"I forgive you now let's get the BIG O back together and stop f**king about the drinks are on me LG x"
The peace offering comes after Liam announced and then swiftly retracted a brotherly truce at Christmas time last year.
He told Twitter followers the pair were finally "all good", only to renege on the reconciliation two weeks later, telling a fan who asked about the situation, "F**k the truce."
He later said he was drunk when he declared the sibling ceasefire, blaming too much Christmas cheer.
This time though, the 'Wonderwall' singer maintains his plea for a reunion is genuine.
Asked why he wanted to band back together considering the success of his last solo album, he replied: "I'm not desperate just think it'd be a nice thing to do."
Noel has yet to respond to the olive branch, instead using Twitter to promote his latest music video 'If Love Is the Law' with his band High Flying Birds.