Noel Gallagher has opened up about the demise of Oasis and says he never truly wanted the band to end. In a recent interview with Q Magazine, he explained it was one particular fight that pushed he and his brother to call it quits.
Noel Gallagher has opened up about the demise of Oasis and says he never truly wanted the band to end. During a recent interview with Q magazine, the guitarist/songwriter says one particular argument pushed both brothers over the edge. “I never had enough of Oasis. Our whole relationship was never as bad as people made out . . . It kind of all started to unravel when [Liam] started his clothing label. He demanded that he be allowed to advertise it in the Oasis tour program and I was against it. I didn’t think it was right to be flogging his gear to our fans, and there was a massive row about that,” he explains. “It went back and forward for a bit and in the end I said, ‘If you want to advertise in the program, how much [are you going to pay]?’ And he couldn’t get his head around that. It all went downhill from there,” Noel adds. Noel’s debut solo effort High Flying Birds is set for release on October 17.