Supersonic has been named as the title for the forthcoming Oasis documentary.
The documentary has been made by the same production team behind the 2015 Amy Winehouse documentary Amy and will be released into cinemas in October of this year.
It’s been named after the band’s debut single Supersonic released back in 1994. It was also the lead single of their debut album Definitely Maybe which shot straight to number one in their home country and kickstarted more than a decade of number one records.
The film will feature up close and personal footage of the band with the production team given “unprecedented access” to the band’s material including previously unseen archival footage.
It will apparently follow them from the beginning right through to now, even though the band broke-up in 2009.
Both Liam and Noel Gallagher seem to be involved with the film. Liam tweeted earlier this month calling the film “biblical” and following that with, “A REAL FILM ABOUT A REAL BAND FOR REAL FANS NONE OF THEM FAKE 1s YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE.”
Brother Noel has also said recently that some of the backstage footage had to be cut because it features “monstrous drug taking”.
Supersonic will hit theatres in the UK in October. No release date has been set for Australia just yet.
Watch: Oasis – Supersonic
The title has been announced for the feature documentary chronicling Oasis’ rise to fame… SUPERSONIC pic.twitter.com/mxpQg60KnB
— Oasis (@oasis) May 15, 2016