Noel Gallagher Addresses His Ongoing Feud With Liam Gallagher: ‘I’ve Made My Peace’

Noel Gallagher is ready to move on from his days of feuding with his estranged brother and former Oasis band member, Liam Gallagher.

Speaking with ET Canada, the 50-year-old former vocalist of Oasis opens up about coming to terms with the pair’s longstanding beef, ahead of the Friday release of his third studio album, “Who Built The Moon?”, with his band, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

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“I’ve made my peace with it now,” Gallagher says when asked if the two brothers would ever declare a truce on their feud. “It’s done. We’re all big boys.”

Addressing his days performing with Oasis, Gallagher admits that he doesn’t regret departing from the band in 2009. “We weren’t the kind of band that didn’t fulfill our potential,” he explains. “I was in Oasis for 20 years. There was nothing left in the tank.”

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Ready to move on, Gallagher opens up about his upcoming album, revealing his song, “Fort Knox”, off of the new album, was inspired by Kanye West. “He doesn’t know me,” Gallagher says, adding that he would love if West “put a little rap on” his new song.

Speaking of his biggest achievements, Gallagher says, “I think every record that I make is some kind of achievement. You aren’t supposed to be making records like this when you are 50. You are supposed to be feathering your own nest and looking after your legacy.”

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