Noel Gallagher continues to rub salt in fans' wounds. The Oasis frontman once again dispelled any rumors of a reunion during a recent interview with Jonathan Ross.
"I don't see the appeal," he said (via NME). "If I close my eyes I don't see it happening. That's not to say that it never will. I've got a lot of things going on."
He is apparently still not on speaking terms with his brother, Liam.
"There's no problem," Noel said. "We don't speak to each other so there's no problem."
The hyper-successful UK outfit parted ways in 2009 after seven straight No. 1 studio albums across the Atlantic. But Noel left the group after a fallout and Rock en Seine cancellation, and has been recording and touring with High Flying Birds.
Liam, meanwhile, was doing the same with Beady Eye, but they fell apart in October.
Several outlets hoped Oasis would reform in time for Glastonbury this year, but Noel shot down those rumors by announcing he'd like to play the festival as a solo act.
"Oasis never really had their Glastonbury moment; we never really got on with it," he said in a Facebook Q&A (via The Guardian). "I couldn't tell you why. Lord knows we had the tunes but the times that we did it when we should have been great was the first year we headlined it and we got sidetracked.
"We'd just come out of the studio making [What's The Story] Morning Glory and we decided, which was suicide, to play six tracks off Morning Glory which no one had heard, one of them being Champagne Supernova which goes on for about half an hour.
"It was the only time we've played 'Don't Look Back in Anger' to silence. And by the time we played it [Glastonbury] a second time, our moment had passed. So I'd be up for doing it again."