Oasis went (champagne) supernova in the 90s on the back of their first two albums Definitely Maybe and (What’s the Story Morning Glory).
Things began to fizzle out when their third album Be Here Now hit and the Gallagher brothers’ relationship became strained.
The band’s rollercoaster ride to to stardom – from being signed by Creation Records’ Alan McGee to playing Knebworth in front of 250,000 fans – is documented in Mat Whitecross’s upcoming film Supersonic.
Though Noel and Liam’s relationship still need to be patched up, Whitecross admitted that he thinks a reunion “will happen”.
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“Neither of them have discounted the idea of getting back together. It will happen, I’m sure. The idea of never seeing them again for me is impossible,” NME quotes the filmmaker as saying.
“Neither of them have discounted the idea of getting back together. It will happen, I’m sure.”
“Noel said unless it was an obscene amount of money what would be the point in any of them getting back together. Liam is like ‘No fuck it we were great.’
“So I think they’ve still got it. They should go out and give it a go. I feel people out there want it so I hope they get it.”
According to Whitecross, the man to fix the Gallagher’s problems is the unlikely figure of Coldplay’s Chris Martin.
“Noel said everyone is always coming up to them giving them advice about how they are going to mend this relationship,” he said.
“He’s friends with Chris Martin and he said Chris should quit the music business and become a therapist because every week he goes ‘Look this is how you are going to patch up the band'”
Supersonic will debut in cinemas on October 14.