It's been one of the most exhausting and entertaining 'Will they? Won't they?' sagas of 2016, but if rumours are to be believed (and when are they not?) Oasis are in the market for an opening act to kick off a long-awaited reunion tour.
Claiming an inside track regarding the reunion, music website noise11 wrote:"Fans could be in for the 'ride' of their life," which suggests that British rock band Ride - whose founder member Andy Bell joined a later incarnation of Oasis, before collaborating with Liam on his band Beady Eye - could join Noel and Liam Gallagher on the reunion tour.
While fans and bookies have suspected a reunion for a while now, the brothers' war of words has showed no sign of slowing, with Liam in particular using Twitter to hilarious and pointed effect.
The younger sibling has already shown his enthusiasm for a reunion, saying in a recent interview: "If it happens tomorrow, I'm ready, my bags are packed. If it happens in a year, I'm still ready, if it happens in 10 years, I'm still ready."
Mat Whitecross, the man behind the band's recent halcyon days documentary Supersonic, recently spoke up about thed comeback, saying: "The reason it hasn't happened earlier is they're in a position of luxury.
"They're both rich men. They don't have to be chasing the opportunity to try and get back together. So hopefully if they do come back, it'll be for the right reasons, and because they both want to do it."