Liam Gallagher has mocked his brother Noel Gallagher's "out there" scissor player.
The former Oasis frontman took to Twitter to laugh at his sibling's latest musical experiment, a backing singer playing the stationary shearer along to his new song 'She Taught Me How To Fly'.
After watching the 50-year-old guitarist perform the New Order-esque track on weekly UK music show 'Later... With Jools Holland' on Tuesday (31.10.17), Liam joked that he's going to have someone on pencil sharpening duties, another peeling opening a banana and one more ripping stickers on his solo tour.
A fan asked him: "You got anyone on the scissors tonight?"
And referencing his brother's upcoming psychedelic album 'Who Built The Moon?', Liam quipped: "Im afraid not but I do have somebody sharpening a pencil it sounds mega with a bit of reverb on it proper out there gear (sic)"
When asked the same question by another follower, he wrote: "I'm afraid not but I do have somebody sticking stickers in a book sounds mega a bit of reverb on we'll out there gear (sic)"
He also responded to another follower: "Im afraid not but I do have somebody peeling a banana on stage sounds mega with a bit of reverb proper out there gear (sic)"
It comes after the 'Wall of Glass' hitmaker said the pair's band Oasis is "probably better off left alone" if his "former" brother's new songs are the best he can come up with now.
The 45-year-old singer has made no secret of the fact that he wishes he and Noel were still together in the 'Some Might Say' group making music together rather than doing their own separate things.
But after hearing the tracks that have been unveiled from 'Who Built The Moon?' so far - 'Holy Mountain', 'Fort Knox' and 'She Taught Me How to Fly' - he thinks the guitarist has lost the songwriting ability which made them both global stars.
Replying to a fan on Twitter who tweeted him to say "I wish you could both sort things out, you obviously care about him [Noel]", Liam replied: "If that's all he's got I ain't singing that s**t oasis is probably better of left alone (sic)"