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Watch Oasis Confront Abusive Audience Members in a New Clip from Documentary “Supersonic”

Supersonic to Get a One-Night Only U.S. Theatrical Release on October 26

Oct 11, 2016 Noel Gallagher Bookmark and Share

Supersonic is a documentary on Oasis from the producers behind the acclaimed Oscar-winning Amy Winehouse documentary Amy. It’s due out October 2 in the U.K. and it will screen for one night only on October 26. Now a new clip from the documentary has been shared. It features singer Liam Gallagher confronting audience members who throw things at him and are looking for a fight. Watch it below, via Pitchfork.

Visit for a list of participating U.S. theaters and to pre-buy tickets (the website will be updated daily as new theaters are confirmed). Below again also is the film’s trailer. Amy director Asif Kapadia is the executive producer and Amy producer James Gay Rees is a producer, with Mat Whitecross the director. Supersonic is named after the Oasis 1994 single (which also appeared on their debut album of the same year, Definitely Maybe).

Oasis also recently announced a deluxe reissue of 1997’s third album Be Here Now, which is due out this Friday. Oasis previously shared a new mix of Be Here Now single “D’You Know What I Mean?” by guitarist/singer/main songwriter Noel Gallagher which is being tagged as “NG’s 2016 Rethink,” as well as a re-edited version of the song’s original video. Previously unreleased demo versions of “Don’t Go Away,” “Going Nowhere,” and “Angel Child” have also been shared.


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