Oasis rocker Liam Gallagher has taken the first step towards making peace with his estranged brother NOEL - insisting they will one day "be sweet" again and he hopes his sibling will go on to "make great records" without him.
The British band split in 2009 following a furious bust-up between the siblings backstage at a gig in Paris, France.
Since departing the group, the brothers have engaged in a bitter war of words, and earlier this month (Jan11), Liam accused Noel of allegedly stealing material they worked on together in Oasis for his upcoming solo record.
Liam, said, "I haven't spoken to him, I haven't seen him... I've heard his f**cking new record 'cos I f**king sung on half of it... It's not better and it won't get any f**king better..."
But now the singer, who fronts new group Beady Eye, has had a change of heart, insisting he's convinced Noel will be a successful solo artist and they will one day make amends.
He tells Q magazine, "Listen, me and him will be sweet, man. Our little venture's come to an end but I'll never have a bad word about Oasis, it was f**kin' amazing. It's why I'm adored by millions. But it's over and we're buzzin'. And I hope our kid's (my brother's) buzzin'. I f**kin' do actually. I hope he's gonna make great records. And he probably will."