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Noel Gallagher has admitted that he felt 'lonely' in Oasis but he's learned to 'care less' as he's gotten older.
Speaking to the Radio Times, the hitmaker, 54, went onto claim his feud with his brother Liam was 'inevitable', after ruling out an prospect of a reunion.
Noel said: 'Oasis was a lonelier place... The great thing about ageing is, you just care less.'
Candid: Noel Gallagher admitted on Tuesday that he felt 'lonely' in Oasis and that his famous feud with his brother and bandmate Liam was 'inevitable' (pictured in 2019)
The Morning Glory hitmakers fell out in August 2009 after Liam contracted laryngitis and cancelled a festival performance - but Noel claimed he was actually hungover.
After Noel's allegations, Liam demanded an apology, which Noel did, but he subsequently quit the band.
Speaking at the time, Noel said: 'I simply could not go on working with Liam a day longer'.
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Both brothers went on to form new bands after this, and have been embroiled in a public feud ever since.
Comparing his days in the turbulent rock band with his current career, Noel revealed: 'Oasis was lonelier, and harder work.'
Feud: The Morning Glory hitmakers fell out in August 2009 after Liam contracted laryngitis and cancelled a festival performance - but Noel claimed he was actually hungover
He continued: 'I’d got to write Definitely Maybe and Morning Glory while the spotlight was over there.
'Then all of a sudden it’s shining on you while you’re writing, he added.
In the candid interview, Noel also revealed that he doesn't think the Brit Awards are worth watching.
The singer claimed that the Brits 'were done' the moment Oasis won the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009 - the same year as their public spat began.
Bored: In the candid interview, Noel also revealed that he doesn't think the Brit Awards are worth watching after Oasis won the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009 (pictured in 2019)
It comes after Noel said last week that he doesn't think Little Mix deserved their Best British Group win at this year's Brits.
The Confetti hitmakers – made up of Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock – made history at this year's BRIT Awards when they became the first ever all-female band to win the group category.
But Noel slammed the group's win, as he doesn't believe the trio are 'in the same league' as his former band Oasis, adding: '[They're] Not even in the same f****** sport.'
Not a fan: It comes after Noel said last week that he doesn't think Little Mix deserved their Best British Group win at this year's Brits (pictured in May 2021)
Oasis won the trophy in 1996, and were nominated in 1995, 1998, and 2003.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, he claimed the problem with the music scene today is there aren't enough bands.
He said: 'It's a symptom of the music business chasing the numbers - and there not being any bands or songwriters in those bands.
'Record company guys constantly say, "Oh, these guys are the real deal". And I think, ''You wouldn't know the real deal if it f****** bit you on the a***, mate''.'
Out now: Noel's full interview is available in this week's Radio Times
He added: 'I don't know what happened - I think it's because bands are hard work.'
Meanwhile, during their acceptance speech at the BRIT Awards last month, Little Mix – who formerly included Jesy Nelson before her departure last year - commented on the 'sexism' and 'misogyny' they have faced throughout their career.
Leigh-Anne, 29, said: 'It's not easy being a female in the UK pop industry.
'We've seen the white male dominance, misogyny, sexism, and lack of diversity.
'We're proud of how we've stuck together, stood our ground, surrounded ourselves with strong women, and are now using our voices more than ever.'
Noel's full interview is available in this week's Radio Times, on sale now.
History: Little Mix made history at this year's BRIT Awards when they became the first ever all-female band to win the group category
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