Noel & Liam Gallagher’s Mother Rants At Warring Sons: ‘F*ck You!’


Warring brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher’s relationship is so broken that even their mum has given up trying to reunite them, according to Mirror.

Fed-up Peggy, 73, says she is past caring 20 years after war first broke out – and a decade since her sons stopped talking to each other.

The Oasis stars’ beloved mum now cannot even get them in the same room at Christmas or for family birthday parties.

Liam, 44, revealed: “She is done with it. She is like, ‘Fuck yous. Smash each other’s heads in for all I care. I am sick of it.’

“It has been 20 years now. She is done with it and she has given up.”

Peggy – who raised her boys alone – has also refused to move closer to them in London, saying she prefers the peace and quiet of her home in Burnage, Manchester.

Alan McGee, who first signed Oasis, is much more hopeful. He thinks Oasis will reunite by 2019.

Alan told The Sun: “There is a very strong chance they will get back together within the next two years. Watch what happens.”

Alan added: “Ultimately, I think Liam will be happy he is doing it. They have their public spats but at the end of the day, they are brothers.

“I have never heard Liam say anything really bad about Noel.

“He might take the piss but it has never been anything over the line.”

Welsh rockers The Stangs are debuting their new music video for “Dirty Faces” exclusively with Alternative Nation, off of the American Sessions EP. The track sees The Stangs travel to New York City and experience the city’s landmarks and skyline, mixed with some performance and recording footage. The track has a great catchy simplicity to it, with melodic guitar work that brings back memories of 90’s bands like Lemonheads and Blind Melon, and a song structure like The Beatles, and vocals like Oasis. Lead vocalist Graeme Heath has a real Liam Gallagher swagger to his singing, and an Elvis Costello depth to his lyrics.

The Stangs caught the ear of indie producer, Michael Baker, during a show at London’s The Troubadour, the band was invited to a marathon three day writing and recording session at his New Jersey studio. The result is a four song EP, American Sessions, which will be released song by song over the summer and explores the band’s diversity of sounds, styles and influences.


Liam Gallagher recently ranted about the Leeds festival.