Liam Gallagher has given a new interview to Beats 1 in which he holds court on Skepta, Ed Sheeran, and his relationship with older brother Noel.
The iconic frontman is back in town, with new solo album 'As You Were' set to drop later this year.
Stopping past Beats 1 last night (July 26th) the singer held court on a variety of topics, including Ed Sheeran - "I don’t know much about him but he is talented" - and Skepta, who he labels "the talk of the town out in England right now."
Naturally, though, the topic soon turned to Oasis, and to Liam's relationship with his brother and one-time band mate Noel Gallagher.
"We don’t do it for the money, I did Oasis to make music and get out of Manchester and see what was going on out there," he told Zane Lowe. "The most important thing that people keep missing is that me and our kid don’t speak and that's the saddest thing about it, two wrongs don’t make no right."
"So before Oasis get back to together and before this cheques knocking about, me and him need to start becoming brothers and friends again, and inevitably we’ll start making music. So there doesn’t matter how many noughts are on the end. I know you’ve heard it a million times, but it's not about the money. We were the real deal."
"I don’t care about getting Oasis back together," the singer continues. "He prods me and I prod him. I’m letting him know that I’m still here. I’m right here, I ain’t going away. I’m back and I’m here. For me music is about having a laugh, life is about having a laugh and everyone seems to be making a tune, thing a cheque and going back to their big houses. I find it funny taking the piss out of my older brother who thinks his s*** don’t stink. I find it funny."
'As You Were' will be released on October 6th.