Of course, fans have been barking up that tree for a long time, and the two Gallagher brothers have long said that it’s not going to happen, as well as publicly slagging one another off.
That doesn’t mean that it will never happen though.
After all, the Mancunians are one of the biggest bands of recent decades, and they could presumably sell out as many shows as they liked at whatever venues they liked, provided they could hold off from thumping each other.
One person commented: “Is this the Oasis comeback? US ready for Oasis tour!”
Another said: “I need to know what is the meaning behind this?! Like is it just a change of profile pic or is there meaning behind it?!
“One last Oasis gig would make my life complete.”
A third simply said: “Love to see this happen again.”
However, for every hopeful fan wondering whether the two brothers will come around the table and take to the stage once more, there is another person who is more pessimistic about the potential for a reunion.
One glass-half-full fan said: “Not happening, had my hopes up with similar posts on Twitter, they are too stubborn to kiss and make up.”
Another commented: “Yeah right, Noel and Liam Gallagher coexisting.”
As well as this, others have pointed out that the picture seems to be from around the time that Oasis’ third album Be Here Now was released, which was 25 years ago.
Could the anniversary really be what this is all about?
Well, we know that Liam and Noel spend their time reading through these articles – or at least we like to think that – so maybe they can let us know.
Seriously lads, it would be great for us if you’d let us know first.
In truth, the reunion doesn’t seem that close, given that both brothers have new bands, tour dates, and successful solo careers of their own.
Last we heard, Liam left the door open slightly on the subject of a reunion, telling us: "See, I don't mind getting asked that, 'cause it's natural.
"You know what I mean? I like talking about Oasis 'cause it's the best band in the world."
Pressed on the matter, he said: "What, getting back together? Not this week, but I mean, I'm ready to go.
"My bags are packed, maybe the week after."
Whether Noel would be so keen remains to be seen, but it would likely be the biggest tour in recent memory, so there’s a significant incentive there.
Or, perhaps things are better left remembered and left in the past.
After all, the two might just end up scrapping on stage in front of 90,000 people at Wembley.
To be fair, they could probably sell 50,000,000 pay-per-views for that too.
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