Over the weekend it was reported that Noel Gallagher and his brother Liam had a 'gentleman's agreement' to reform Oasis, the band they formed in 1991 before acrimoniously splitting in 2009 in Paris, in 2016.
Today, it appears that both brothers are keeping schtum on the rumours, with NME reaching out to both Noel and Liam for comment - in vain. A representative for Liam said that he was "unavailable for comment" on the matter.
The Daily Mirror had reported that a 'source' said: "It's early days in terms of the details, but Noel and Liam are back on good terms and ready to give things another go. Nothing is signed but it's what you might call a gentlemen's agreement between them. Ultimately they’re family and whatever has gone on before can be sorted out – they're very close beneath all the bluster."
Well, it sounds a little bit like bluster to us and we're betting that Noel is sitting at home, rolling his eyes and repeatedly saying 'What f**king feud, man?".
That said, 2016 would be a good time for Oasis to reform; Noel will have finished touring his second solo album 'Chasing Yesterday' by that point, and Liam is twiddling his thumbs after Beady Eye split last year. Liam was even pictured backstage at a gig of Noel's recently.
What do you think? Is 2016 the Year of the Oasis Reunion?