Noel Gallagher reveals why he refused to talk to Dave Grohl at Glastonbury
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Noel Gallagher is definitely, maybe very cross with Dave Grohl (Picture: Getty Images)

While they may have been side-by-side watching LCD Soundsystem’s set at , refused to make small talk with .

The Foo Fighters frontman appears to have stumbled into the ’s bad books for campaigning to reunite Noel and his brother, .

Dave, who , has been incredibly vocal about his wishes for the .

Unfortunately for the 55-year-old singer, Noel does not feel the same despite .

‘I did actually bump into Dave [Grohl],’ the 57-year-old guitarist shared while speaking on Matt Morgan’s podcast after the festival.

‘He was about three feet away from me when I was watching LCD Soundsystem and he was staying in the same hotel I was staying in.’

Oasis split in 2009 after 18 years and numerous hits(Picture: Simon Ritter/Redferns)
Dave even once promoted a petition urging the brothers to reunite (Picture: Rich Fury/Getty Images)

Despite the former Nirvana drummer’s constant presence at Glastonbury, Noel made a point not to chat.

‘I would just like him to wind his f**king neck in about Oasis,’ he continued. ‘I wouldn’t talk to him. I haven’t got time for that f**king mob any more.’

Dave has previously called the Don’t Look Back in Anger icons ‘assholes’ for not reforming the band, which both brothers have expressed they don’t wish to do.

Over a decade ago, the Everlong singer shared with NME: ‘To know that they’re out there somewhere, but they won’t come together to do the thing that everybody would love so much.’

At every opportunity since, he has pushed for them to reunite and even started a petition which only served to wind up Noel even more.

Oasis split in 2009 after 18 years and numerous hits, citing Noel and Liam’s  and inability to work together.

Noel claims he didn’t speak to Dave despite being next to each other at Glastonbury (Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire)

The brotherly spat has only grown over the years, with reunions teased – they even before negotiations fell through.

When asked by  about the possibility of an anniversary tour for the 1994 album, Liam said that Noel wasn’t up for it.

‘I did call him. Well, my people called Noel’s management team,’ he claimed. ‘We put an offer on the table for an Oasis thing – because we got offered it – and he said no. It was a big tour, a lot of money.

‘He turned it down. I get it, . I’ll do the Definitely Maybe thing and have a nice time without him.’

Responding to the tour announcement, Noel told : ‘If Liam wants to do the show, great. He’s got to make a living and all of that.

The Foo Fighters frontman once called the brothers ‘assholes’ for splitting (Picture: Astrida Valigorsky/Getty Images)

‘Keep the flame alive. It’s not something I particularly would be able to put my heart and soul into.’

Also on the podcast, with anti-war protests and flag waving.

He called it ‘virtue-signalling’ and asked ‘What are all the kids in a field at Glastonbury going to do about it?’

‘I don’t like it in music – little f***ing idiots waving flags around and making political statements and bands taking the stage and saying, “Hey guys, isn’t war ­terrible, yeah? Let’s all boo war. F**k the  man,” and all that.

‘It’s like, look – play your f***ing tunes and get off.’

Metro.co.uk has reached out to Dave’s reps for comment.