Liam Gallagher admitted that he was wrong when he threw shade at Chris Martin and ColdPlay over the years. In his interview with Zane Lowe for Beats 1, the English musician said he has already reached out and personally apologized to the band during the "One Love Manchester" concert which was held last June 4.

Liam and Coldplay in one stage

For the benefit show, the 44-year-old soloist shared the stage with Coldplay to perform "Live Forever" by Oasis. But before they stepped out, Liam Gallagher revealed he went to the band's dressing room to extend his apologies for "being a d--khead" in the past.

Chris Martin, on the other hand, assured him that he has nothing to worry about. In fact, Coldplay even performed "Don't Look Back in Anger" at the benefit concert which only proved that the British rock band has nothing but love and respect for Liam Gallagher and his former band.

The former Oasis frontman, in his old interviews, has been vocal about his thoughts on Chris Martin and company. In fact, he previously said that the vocalist "looks like a geography teacher" and criticized his compositions. His perception of Chris Martin and Coldplay was reversed after they collaborated at the "One Love Manchester" concert.

Since then, the "Wall of Glass" artist has nothing but praises for the British rock band after their first ever performance together.

Liam Gallagher admitted that he was impressed with how the band sounded on stage and added that he is taking back everything he said about them in the past. He also said that he does not mind being linked to Coldplay after their collaboration.

Liam and his criticisms against co-singers

Chris Martin is not the only artist criticized by Liam Gallagher in the past.

The former Oasis vocalist, who is not afraid of expressing his opinions about his co-artists, has attacked Robbie Williams for being a "drama queen," Green Day's Billie Joe for his head, and Scissor Sisters for being "weirdos."

When he was asked if an Oasis reunion is possible, Liam Gallagher said he and his former bandmates are back to square one after the band split.

“Me and our kid don’t speak and that’s the saddest thing about it. We’ve got to start becoming brothers and friends again. It doesn't matter how many noughts you put on [a cheque]," he explained.

He, however, refused to back down from his ongoing feud with his brother, Noel Gallagher, and even criticized Oasis of performing their songs "like Dolly Parton."