Lewis Capaldi has said he would "love" to collaborate with Noel Gallagher despite a public spat between the pair in the last few weeks.
The 22-year-old Scottish singer-songwriter was speaking at TRNSMT festival in Glasgow, where he performed on Sunday, and said both he and the former Oasis man enjoy a "bam up" - a Scottish phrase for a wind-up.
Earlier in the year a clip Gallagher asking who Capaldi was went viral .
Gallagher went on to call him "Chewbacca" and label Scotland a "third world country" while Capaldi clapped back by trollingGallagher during his Glastonbury set.
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Speaking about their relationship, Capaldi said "he loves his to bits" and would love to work with the Oasis guitarist.
He said: "I'd love to just... me and him get in there. He doesn't like co-rights so probably wouldn't, but he can write it and I'll sing it and I'm sure it would be a lovely one.
"I love him to bits. He's just bamming it up isn't he? He loves a bam up, Noel.
"I too enjoy a bit of a bam up although maybe I wouldn't call a country a third world one at that but I thought it was funny."
Capaldi recently revealed that he almost scrapped his chart-topping, record-breaking song Someone You Loved early on as he didn't think it was good enough.
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