Noel Gallagher branded his own fans to fool idiots for requesting Oasis songs at High Flying Birds performances … and claims that many & # 39; too young & # 39; to remember his Brit Pop heyday
Noel Gallagher has branded his younger fan base as idiots for demanding to hear Oasis songs during his live shows with the current band High Flying Birds.
The 52-year-old has released three albums and countless singles under the name High Flying Birds since he abruptly dissolved the iconic Brit Pop band he led with younger brother Liam in 2009.
And he admits that he is frustrated by repeated requests for Oasis classics from fans who were too young to remember the group during their heyday of the 90s, and who have only had contact with them through a recent long documentary about their rapid rise, according to The sun.
Not happy: Noel Gallagher has branded his younger fan base as & # 39; idiots & # 39; for demanding to hear Oasis songs during his live shows with the current band High Flying Birds
& # 39; When I play those songs, it has been incredible since the documentary Supersonic was released, & # 39; he explained during a recent interview in the United States.
& # 39; It has revived a whole new fan base. Unfortunately they all show up at the shows dressed up as Liam with four sunglasses on, rolling around "I love it".
& # 39; The new stuff I'm doing hates it. That's why I want to do it more. & # 39;
Furthermore: the 52-year-old has released three albums and numerous singles under the name High Flying Birds since he abruptly disbanded the iconic Brit Pop band he led with younger brother Liam
He added: & # 39; You little idiot, you're only 15. What the f ***! You were only ten when the band broke up. F *** out. & # 39;
Gallagher ran away from Oasis after a hugely successful 15-year career with the band, in which they released seven albums and strengthened themselves as one of the most influential bands of their generation.
But the difficult relationship of the musician with lead singer Liam, also a successful solo artist, forced the sudden split of the band – which resulted in the cancellation of two festival performances.
Speaking: he admits that he is frustrated by the repeated demand for Oasis classics from a certain facet of fans who were too young to remember the group during their heyday of the 90s
When he made a statement, he wrote: & # 39; It is with some sadness and great relief … I quit Oasis this evening. People will write and say what they want, but I just couldn't continue working with Liam for a day. & # 39;
The singer has since been embroiled in a word war with Liam, whose opinion on Noel and his second wife Sara MacDonald is often broadcast on social media.
Fuel was added to the ten-year-long feud of the brothers and sisters last month when Noel slammed his brother's upcoming documentary and told Variety: & # 39; Every time I c *** & # 39; s face see. I want to disable a McDonald & # 39; s with a machine gun.
Loggerheads: The singer is engaged in a battle of words with Liam, whose opinions about Noel and his second wife Sara MacDonald are often broadcast on social media
& # 39; I don't think I'll go to the movies to see him rewrite history about what a great guy he is, what a great family man. & # 39;
While Liam admitted in June that he jawed his brother Noel & # 39; s & # 39; f ****** jaw & # 39; wanted to & # 39; break & # 39; after he refused to let him use Oasis music in his new documentary.
Speaking to Sky News, he raged: & He and his little people saw it and pulled out the Oasis music, because that's all he has left, d & # 39; ya know what I mean. It doesn't make me sad, it drives me crazy.
# I am not a p ****, I am not sad about it, I want to break his f ****** jaw and his crazy f ****** manager, but that is what happens . I am not sad about it, I did not go home and cried, I just wanted to go and push through their windows. & # 39;
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