The famous brothers and former Oasis bandmates fell out when the band split up in 2009 and have been in a decade-long feud ever since.
And Liam Gallagher has yet again mocked his estranged sibling Noel, slamming his new music collaboration Not Over Yet with CamelPhat as ‘horse****’.
The Wall of Glass hitmaker, 48, took to Twitter to respond to his followers asking him what he thinks of his older brother’s tech-house track with the dance music duo.
Criticism: Liam Gallagher has mocked his estranged sibling Noel, slamming his new music collaboration Not Over Yet with CamelPhat as ‘horse****’
The musician quipped that the song, which features on CamelPhat’s new album Dark Matter, made him come out in a rash in two seconds.
After he branded the tune as ‘HORSE****’ on Twitter, one user asked Liam: ‘How many times have you listened to Not Over Yet?’
The former Beady Eye band member humorously replied: ‘2 secs come out in a rash.’
The Twitter rant continued as another follower challenged Liam by saying that tweeting about Not Over Yet was giving Noel, 53, free publicity.
Row: The musician, 48, (right) took to Twitter to tell his followers what he thinks of his 53-year-old brother’s tech-house track with the dance music duo (both pictured in 2008)
Horse****: The Wall of Glass hitmaker quipped that Noel’s song, which features on CamelPhat’s new album Dark Matter, made him come out in a rash in two seconds
But Liam quickly replied: ‘Well it needs all the publicity it can get zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz (sic).’
The two brothers have been trading insults ever since Oasis split at their final concert in Paris in 2009 after a backstage bust-up.
The duo quickly went their separate ways when the band disbanded and their infamous decade-long feud has been running ever since.
In the aftermath of Oasis’s split, Liam set up a new band, Beady Eye, with former Oasis members Andy Bell, Gem Archer and Chris Sharrock.
The band released two albums, Different Gear Still Speeding and BE, before disbanding in 2014, persuading Liam to set out on his solo career.
Feud: The two brothers (above in 1995) have been trading insults in a decade-long feud ever since Oasis famously split up at their final concert in Paris in 2009
Noel also set up his own rock band, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, in 2010 with former Oasis members Gem, Mike, and Chris, and former Zutons star Russell Pritchard.
There were hints that the feuding brothers may reconcile in February this year, when it was reported they were on speaking terms again after their children encouraged them to settle their feud.
According to The Sun, the brothers were ‘burying the hatchet’, which then sparked hopes that Oasis could be set to finally reunite.
The brothers were said to have been encouraged to mend their fractured relationship by Noel’s daughter Anais, 20, and Liam’s children Molly, 22, Lennon, 21, Gene, 19.
A source said: ‘Noel and Liam are back on speaking terms and have been communicating recently, mainly by text.
Break-up: Oasis (pictured L-R, Oasis’s Gem Archer, Noel Gallagher, Liam Gallagher and Andy Bell in 2008) disbanded after a backstage bust-up at the band’s final concert in Paris
‘All the kids would love nothing more than to see their dad and uncle being friends again.’
Noel also shares two sons, Donovan, 13, and Sonny, 10, with his wife Sara McDonald, whereas he had his only daughter Anais with his ex-wife Meg Mathews.
Molly, Liam’s daughter with former singer Lisa Moorish, reunited with her father in 2018 after a 19-year estrangement.
Liam had his son Gene with his second wife Nicole Appleton whereas Lennon was Liam’s only child with first wife Patsy Kensit.
He also shares daughter Gemma with American journalist Liza Ghorbani, who he had an affair with while married to Nicole.
In January, Liam also hinted that he and Noel could join forces again after claiming that his sibling had been ‘begging him’ to start up Oasis again in two years time.
Reconcile: Earlier this year, it was reported that the brothers were on speaking terms after their children told them to settle the feud (Liam pictured with son Gene, 19, in February 2018)
In a series of tweets, the Wonderwall hit-maker wrote: ‘I intend to retire as solo artist after album no3 as I have just had a call from my brother begging me to start oasis again in 2022 if you believe in life after love c’mon you know LG x.’
But fans were a little dubious of Liam’s tweets, given his turbulent history with brother Noel and their longstanding feud.
Meanwhile, Noel suggested last December that he would be willing to reconcile with younger brother Liam.
The Wandering Star singer previously said that he wants to make up with Liam for the sake of their mother Peggy in an interview with The Sunday Times.
‘Our family has never been close. I don’t know one person, one single person, in my life who is living in the perfect family. Not one.’
Family: The brothers were said to have been encouraged to mend their relationship by Noel’s daughter Anais, 20, (both pictured) and Liam’s children Molly, 22, Lennon, 21, Gene, 19
He then added: ‘Reconciliation is a good thing.’
But he also revealed to The Big Issue last year that every tweet his younger sibling sends out is ‘another nail in the coffin’ for an Oasis reunion.
Despite the small hints at a potential reunion at the beginning of the year, Noel and Liam are still taking swipes at each other on Twitter.
Amid Liam’s Twitter rant about his brother’s new music, the musician also teased fans about his third studio album, the follow-up to his 2017 debut As You Were and 2019’s Why Me? Why Not.
Teaser: Amid his Twitter rant about his brother’s new music, Liam also revealed details about his third studio album, urging fans to be ‘patient’ for his much-anticipated new music
The Shockwave hitmaker insisted that he is ‘in no rush’ to release the album after a fan quizzed him on whether the UK’s lockdown will have any impact on him making the record.
He penned: ‘All good no rush.’
Liam went on to tease his fans about his next single, replying ‘yeah man’ when he was asked if he already has a title for the much-anticipated tune.
He also told his fans to ‘be patient’ as he holds his release date for new music close to the vest, joking that ‘your not going anywhere are ya (sic)’.
The star has previously revealed to his fans that he plans to retire from his solo career after releasing his third album.