Noel Gallagher has been discussing an Oasis comeback in the same conversation about his political opinion.
Gallagher, who was a guest on radio show TalkSport, was asked in a fictional world whether he would choose to reform Oasis or see Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn elected Prime Minister. The High Flying Birds man has never made any secret of his dislike for Corbyn and responded: “Oh my God, I’d have to get the band back together, I think. I don’t want that lunatic running the country.”
Gallagher has previously said “fuck Jeremy Corbyn. He’s a Communist,” in an interview with Paste Magazine which saw him also slam Donald Trump. However, despite his strong dislike for Corbyn, Gallagher has also said that he could never bring himself to vote for the Tories “because some invisible force field would stop me from putting my vote in the ballot box”.
🤔 Alan Brazil: "Which is more likely to happen: Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister or you and @LiamGallagher getting Oasis back together?"
😳 Noel: "Oh my god… I'd have to get the band back together!"
🙌 This was brilliant… pic.twitter.com/vTaxEYWEfu
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) October 5, 2018
In other Gallagher related news, the guitarist recently took aim at Theresa May and Boris Johnson over what he calls Brexit “lies”.
Fresh from performing at the Mercury Prize award where his most recent album was nominated, joined morning Good Morning Britain and couldn’t hold back his political frustration. “They’re still lying to us now! Theresa May, bless her, is lying about the [European Union] deal”, the former Oasis man said.
“And the ‘remoaners’, or whatever they’re called, are lying about what’s going to happen,” he continued before adding: “Then there’s the £350 million from Boris Johnson and all the rest of them.
“They should leave us out of it! Tell us what it is and we’ll get on with it. “
Here’s the clip:
Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher has told Good Morning Britain that politicians are 'still lying to us now' over the #Brexit deal.
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) September 21, 2018