There have been a lot of rumors as to what Liam Gallagher’s next music venture will be following the dissolution of Beady Eye last year, and the latest to join the list is a band with the La’s frontman Lee Mavers.

A source has reportedly told The Sun that the pair connected following an introduction by former La’s and Beady Eye drummer Chris Sharrock. According to the tabloid, Gallagher and Mavers have been working on new music for the past two months.

“Liam and Lee share a lot of similar ideas about music,” the source told The Sun (via NME), “and although Liam has had his fair share of success with his own self-penned songs, his voice and swagger combined with Lee’s undoubted ear for a chorus could create something very special.”

If Gallagher’s work with Mavers comes to fruition, it may be a direct result of Noel Gallagher's reluctance to reform the brothers' iconic Britpop outfit, Oasis.

“Despite all the madness and excitement that surrounds Liam’s personal life, he has always been very serious about his music,” the source added, “and doesn’t want to be retired or left waiting for his brother to decide he wants to bring Oasis back.”

Rumors of an Oasis reunion started circulating earlier this year, claiming the Gallagher brothers had come to a “gentlemen’s agreement.” However, Noel refuted the reports, saying they were coming from Liam’s camp. The whole ordeal seemingly ignited a brand-new feud, with Liam calling Noel “another prick in the wall.”

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