Liam Gallagher Mocks Noel Gallagher Over Snow Patrol Support Tour

20 July 2012, 12:58

The Beady Eye star pokes fun at his brother over the guitarist's upcoming gigs in America.

Liam Gallagher has mocked his brother and former Oasis bandmate Noel Gallagher over his upcoming support tour with Snow Patrol.

Noel's new band - Noel Gallagher & The High Flying Birds - are set to support the Northern Irish group in America this winter.

In a message on Twitter, Liam sarcastically suggested that the 'AKA What A Life' singer's gigs will be dull.

Liam Gallagher has mocked his brother Noel for agreeing to tour the US with Snow Patrol.

He wrote: "snore patrol Noel Gallaghers high flying smurfs who said rock n roll is dead LG."

Noel went solo after quitting Oasis in 2009 following a row with his brother. Liam has since gone on to form Beady, whose members include the final Oasis line-up minus his brother.

Meanwhile, last month, Noel unveiled the video for his new single 'Everybody's On The Run', which features a guest appearance from actress Mischa Barton.

'Everybody's On The Run' is released on 6th August alongside a remix of previous single 'AKA...What A Life!' by the Amorphous Androgynous.

Total Divas YouTube

10 Reasons Why WWE's 'Total Divas' Is Undeniably More Addictive Than 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians'

Leigh-Anne Pinnock joins Snapchat

80+ Of The Best Popstars You Should Have On Snapchat

My Capital App

Want To Control The Music On Capital? Now You Can With Our New App - My Capital!

  • Top Ten
  • 11 - 20
  • 21 - 30
  • 31 - 40
  1. 1
    Shape Of You artwork
  2. 2
    Castle On The Hill artwork
  3. 3
    You Don't Know Me artwork
    You Don't Know Me
    Jax Jones feat. Raye
  4. 4
    Human artwork
    Rag N Bone Man
  5. 5
    Call On Me (Ryan Riback Remix) artwork
    Call On Me (Ryan Riback Remix)
  6. 6
    September Song artwork
    September Song
    JP Cooper
  7. 7
    Rockabye artwork
  8. 8
    Paris artwork
  9. 9
    Touch artwork
  10. 10
    Be The One artwork
  • Top Ten
  • 11 - 20
  • 21 - 30
  • 31 - 40