Beady Eye guitarist Andy Bell has admitted the prospect of an Oasis reunion at some stage in the future is looking unlikely as the fractured relationship between Liam and Noel Gallagher shows no sign of healing.
Speaking to Drowned In Sound on the chances of a reformation, Bell said: “I’d love it to happen. I think that life’s too short for it not to happen. But, in reality, do I see it happening? At this point, no I don’t. The matter rests entirely with the two brothers. It probably should happen at some point but if they can’t make it happen, no one should force them to.”
And when reflecting back on his time with Oasis, the band he joined in 1999 as a replacement for original bassist Paul ‘Guigsy’ McGuigan, Bell continued:
“Working with the Gallaghers was brilliant. They’re both very different yet in some ways quite similar, and also very appreciative for what I was bringing to their band. I wasn’t bringing much other than playing bass on their songs to start with, but they knew and liked what I’d done before.”Just Published: