Liam Gallagher's a Blur fan
Liam Gallagher has ended his longtime feud with Blur and labelled their hit 'Lonesome Street' his song of the year
Liam Gallagher is a Blur fan.
Despite a well documented feud between Liam and the 'Song #2' hitmakers, the former Oasis star has hailed 'Lonesome Street' his song of the year.
The Mancunian, 42, took to Twitter to share his admiration for the Londoners' chart-topping track from their LP, 'The Magic Whip'.
He wrote: "Lonesome St by BLUR song of the year LG x (sic)."
The Britpop bands had a bitter rivalry throughout the '90s, and Liam continued the feud in 2012 when he branded the members Damon Albarn, Dave Rowntree, Graham Coxon and Alex James, "pansies".
The 42-year-old told NME back in 2012: "At the time I hated Blur, I thought they were just pansies from London and we were a totally different thing. You might have done certain things, but no-one told me whether I liked someone or not."
And it's not the first rivalry Liam has ended in recent years, as he is believed to have recently made amends with his brother, Noel, sparking rumours of a potential Oasis reunion.
The first sign the brothers had come to an agreement was when Liam tweeted a selfie backstage at his brother's High Flying Birds gig.
The post from March read: "Keeping it in the family...LG x (sic)."