Liam Gallagher warns brother Noel about his amazing new songs
- Bang Showbiz
- 20 February 2017
Liam Gallagher has given his brother Noel Gallagher a warning that his new music will make his fans want to "run or hide" because it's so good
Liam Gallagher has warned his brother Noel that he's coming to shake things up with his new music.
The 44-year-old rocker has put out a message to his 1.43 million Twitter followers insisting that the songs he is working on for his forthcoming debut solo LP will be better than anything his older sibling and bitter rival has ever done with his High Flying Birds solo project.
He tweeted: "Listening forward to my new tunes all you NGHFB fans are gonna have nowhere to run or die Ha ha ... Look out be brave LGx ... As you were you wanna be LG X (sic)"
The 'Songbird' hitmaker also made a series of cryptic posts which could be quotes of lyrics from his new tracks.
One tweet read: "My heart is together my head is exploding why don't you come back to me Ddjknhfhjlpyteshkkysahjgdsuujfjjkjuh (sic)"
While another post on the micro-blogging site said: "When they gave you roses and believed your wild excuses you we're sealing the deal LG x (sic)"
Liam and Noel, 49, have barely spoken since 2009 when the guitarist quit the band following a backstage bust-up with his younger sibling.
The hellraising frontman has used Twitter to make comical jibes at his older brother frequently comparing pictures of him to a "potato".
And he previously admitted he has no intention of easing up on the Twitter jibes he aims at him and has told Oasis fans to chill out about their feud, which has run since.
He said: "Lots of people say I need to chill out about Noel. Not until they stop Twitter. He will always get it from me.
"I've heard [my tweets] really annoy him. Someone told me the other week that the only thing that does his nut in are my tweets. Good. They will carry on and they will get bigger and better.
He slagged me off when we were in the same band! He'd do his interview, I'd come in to do mine and they'd go, 'He doesn't like you, does he?' I'd be saying how great he was. He still has pops. He needs to know that I ain't going away."