Oasis fans may want to keep a Beady Eye peeled for Liam Gallagher in the audience at his brother Noel Gallagher's gig at the Manchester Arena tonight.
For Liam has just posted a cryptic message on his Twitter account saying: “Hometown Gig Monday night, Keeping it Dangerous LG x”.
Fans soon began to speculate that the tweet means Liam is heading to watch his big brother when he plays with his new band, High Flying Birds, at the arena tonight.
Others thought it could mean Liam, whose latest band Beady Eye split last year, is planning a surprise secret gig at an intimate venue in Manchester at the same time his brother is playing to some 15,000 fans.
Or, of course, it could be Liam just teasing fans by talking in riddles - as he has been known to do in the past.
Most likely is it’s Liam’s response to Noel reportedly saying earlier this week that it could be dangerous for Liam to come to his gigs - as he’d in all likelihood get mobbed by fans.
Whatever the meaning, at least it appears that the Burnage brothers are finally mending the rift that saw the dramatic split of Oasis back in 2009.
The brothers are back on speaking terms, and Noel told the M.E.N. last week that he would consider an Oasis reunion - if the right offer were made.
He said: “I’d do it in the morning, if somebody puts half a billion pounds in my bank account. That’s not million; billion. Sterling. I’m there.”
But he also talked about enjoying going solo.
“When you’re writing lyrics for someone else to sing, it can be a bit tricky - particularly with Liam because you’d show him lyrics for a song and he’d go, ‘Is this about your ******* bird?’,” he says.
“I’d be like, ‘Let’s have a look ... erm, no. Just pretend it’s about your bird’. Now, with the songs I write, I’m free to get as personal or vague or existential as I like. I’m not a slave to anyone.
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