Oasis fans still can't accept Liam and Noel's separation

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Oasis fans still can't accept Liam and Noel's separation

Brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher haven't spoken since 2009 and a cryptic video on Instagram isn't going to put an end to that. However, fans of the legendary 90s group still do not accept it.

It all started with a video on Instagram from the band's official account in which an idyllic house in front of a lake is shown along with audio that seems to be taken from a recording session. Despite its brevity and the little information it offers, without any type of caption, the clip has moved quickly through X, raising the hopes of hundreds of users.

The video shows the studio -Samwills Studio- in Cornwall where the Gallagher brothers recorded their first album, 'Definitely Maybe' (1994), one of the albums that defined the golden age of Britpop. As some Internet users have pointed out, it is likely that this is a strategy to tempt a reissue of Oasis' debut for its 30th anniversary. Specifically, it will be 30 years since its launch on August 29.

This coincides with Liam Gallagher's next round of concerts, in which he will visit the United Kingdom and Ireland to perform the songs from 'Definitely Maybe' live. «Don't do this. Don't give me hope,” commented one user. Others prefer to fool themselves: “Please let it happen.”

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