Liam Gallagher Says Noel Is ‘Still Playing Hard To Get’ At ‘Definitely Maybe’ Show


At the opening show from his ‘Definitely Maybe’ Tour, Liam Gallagher told the audience that Noel is “still playing hard to get” regarding an Oasis reunion, as he dedicated a song to his estranged brother on stage.

Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher is currently in the midst of a special UK and Ireland Tour to mark the 30th anniversary Oasis’ seminal album from 1994, performing in Cardiff over the weekend.

On this tour, Gallagher is playing the record in full, as well as other tracks from that era in honour of the album.

Ahead of these shows, the singer once again insisted that he would not perform any solo material on this tour. More on that story here.

Noel Gallagher: “still playing hard to get” says Liam

Introducing his live cover of ‘Whatever’ B-side ‘Half The World Away’ to the crowd, Liam Gallagher dedicated this performance to his “little brother” Noel who originally sung this track.

“So I’m gonna dedicate this next tune to my little brother, who’s still playing hard to get”, Gallagher told the audience.

The singer continued: “But that’s alright. Word on the street is he was spotted in a really posh chocolate shop – one of them Thorntons – buying some chocolates. So you never know! D’you know what I mean?”. 

Check it out for yourselves below.

In the build up to this tour, Liam Gallagher said that he was “blown away” by how the production rehearsals had been getting on, adding that the tour was sounding “full-on psychedelic”.

“Production rehearsals tday for DM shenanigans CMON … Absolutely blown away by the set it’s full on Psychedelic it’s like they’ve taken a photo of what’s in my mind LG x (sic)”, Gallagher wrote on X at the time. More on this here.

This tour will also see Gallagher perform at Dublin’s 3Arena for two shows at the end of this month, on June 23 and 24.