Group portrait of British rock band Oasis in Manchester, United Kingdom, 29th November 1993. L-R Noel Gallagher, Paul Arthurs (aka Bonehead), Paul McGuigan, Tony McCarroll,Liam Gallagher. (Photo by James Fry/Getty Images)

Oasis fans were abuzz on Monday when the band’s official social media accounts posted a mysterious short video clip of a house by a riverside, without any caption. Could this mean that Liam and Noel Gallagher have finally reconciled for the reunion that so many are hoping for? It’s uncertain, but it seems unlikely.

The video features an aerial shot of Sawmills Studios, where Oasis recorded much of their debut album, Definitely Maybe, which will mark its 30th anniversary this August. A new reissue of the album appears to be the most plausible explanation. However, Definitely Maybe already had reissues in 2014 for its 20th anniversary and again in 2019 for its 25th anniversary. Some Reddit users speculate that this reissue might include the Monnow Valley Studios sessions, which were not used in the original album. Time will tell.


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