The Who’s Roger Daltrey predicts Oasis return within four years

Liam Gallagher onstage with Oasis in North America (Photo: Live4ever Media)

Liam Gallagher (Photo: Live4ever Media)

The Who‘s Roger Daltrey has predicted a return for Oasis within the next four years.

Daltrey was speaking to Gordon Smart on the The Sun’s showbiz editor’s XFM weekend show, and stated his belief that the Gallagher brothers will reunite before 2016, when they will be ‘bigger than ever’.

“You know damn well that they’ll be together – I predict within four years,” he said. “And it will be magic. They’ll be bigger than ever and they’ll be drinking twice as much.”

Following the final row between Noel and Liam Gallagher which put an end to Oasis in August 2009, a reformation has seemed highly improbable, with Noel being quick to distance himself from a possible comeback tour in 2015 to mark the 20th anniversary of their landmark second album ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?‘.

However, when speaking on Absolute Radio recently, the former Oasis guitarist admitted he had exchanged text messages with his brother over Christmas, though still maintained his belief that a full scale return remains unlikely.

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  1. Amanda Huggenkiss 5 March, 2012