UNITED KINGDOM – APRIL 14: WHITE ROOM Photo of Noel GALLAGHER and Liam GALLAGHER and OASIS, Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher performing on UK TV show (Photo by Des Willie/Redferns)

Liam Gallagher has issued a response to Andy Bell’s recent remarks regarding the prospect of an Oasis reunion.

Bell, who served as the bassist for the iconic Britpop band from 1999 to 2009 before joining Gallagher’s Beady Eye, discussed the possibility of an Oasis reunion during an interview about Ride’s new album ‘Interplay’ and their upcoming tour. Bell suggested that a reunion would “probably” happen at some point, citing the unpredictability of life.

While referencing The Stone Roses’ unexpected reunion despite past tensions, Bell hinted at a similar scenario for Oasis, noting that things can change unexpectedly.

Taking to Twitter on April 9th, Gallagher addressed Bell’s comments, cautioning against raising fans’ hopes. He quipped, “Andy Bell from Ride, the shoegazing phenomenon, should really not be getting people’s hopes up. It’s not big and it’s not clever. LG x.”

Responding to a fan who pointed out that Bell was essentially echoing Gallagher’s own remarks on a potential reunion, Liam clarified his stance. He stated, “I’ve never mentioned an Oasis reunion. It’s over. We must all really move on for our own mental health.”

In a follow-up post, Bell apologized for unintentionally raising expectations, indicating that there was no substance to the speculation. He wrote, “Apologies! Didn’t mean to get anyone’s hopes up, nothing to see here! X.”