This morning Oasis have shared a video of ‘Live Forever’ taken from their up and coming documentary showcasing the iconic gigs at Knebworth Park in 1996.
The documentary hits cinemas on 23rd September.
More than 250,000 people descended on Knebworth Park in Hertfordshire to watch the gigs, which took place 10 months after the release of the band’s second album (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? as they were at the height of their fame.
The documentary, set for release in cinemas in September, features fan accounts of what it was like to be in the audience for their most famous shows, as well as unseen archive footage from the gigs and backstage.
“It was like a calling to us as Oasis fans,” says one fan.
“It was that sort of moment in history where you had to be there. The biggest gig that’s ever been seen in the UK.“
“The energy pulsating through the crowd was unbelievable,” says another, while a third reflects on how different gigs were at that time: “It takes you back to a period, there was no one holding a phone or an iPad in front of me.“
Directed by Grammy winner Jake Scott, both Liam and Noel serve as executive producers of the documentary.
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