The bassist for the Wigan four-piece told JAM! Music that group members will "work through" their problems instead.
"I've started in this band when I was 16, so a massive part of my life has been devoted to this. It means the world to me to do this. I'm not going to lie and say that everything's all of a sudden easy in this band. We still do have our disagreements about things, but we're a bit more mature and better able to deal with it.
"When the band first split up, it was easy to be flippant about it. I think we all thought we'd just end up in another band. But I don't think any of us would be that careless again."
He added: "If we have a disagreement, we'll work through it. It won't be, 'F**k you, f***k you, f***k you and f***k you‘."
The Verve debuted at No.1 with their first album in eleven years, Forth, earlier this month.