Noel and Liam Gallagher are back on speaking terms.
The two feuding brothers and former Oasis band mates - who famously fell out backstage at a show in Paris in 2009 - are said to be slowly reconciling and it is seen as a ''baby step'' towards an eventual reunion for the group.
A source told The Sun newspaper: ''The mudslinging has stopped but it's very much baby steps for the two as Noel wants to release his second solo record at the end of the year and tour that in 2015.
''Really that leaves 2016 open for an Oasis comeback - it really doesn't seem likely that it would be this year.''
There has been speculation the Britpop icons could be set for a reunion after Liam individually wrote a letter of the band's name every half an hour on Twitter, but his former Oasis and Beady Eye band mate Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs played down the rumours.
Asking what sparked his tweets, he recently said: ''Probably the fact that I texted him going, 'Meet me in the beer garden'.
''That probably rattled his cage. Maybe that. I don't know though, because I meet him every f***ing month. Maybe he's just reminiscing.''
The musician then took to his own Twitter account to spell out the word ''PUB''.
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