The endlessly warring bruvs of Oasis are having their tumultuous career chronicled with the documentary Supersonic. It's due to come out next month, and fans can tide themselves over until then with a newly unveiled trailer.
The two-minute clip is exceedingly dramatic, as we're repeatedly reminded of just how famous and important the Gallagher brothers were in their '90s heyday. We see footage of them as children, as we also glimpse lots of candid backstage shots. The trailer reinforces how their combustible chemistry was the ultimate source of their downfall.
Watch the clip below [via IGN].
The film comes out in cinemas on October 2, with the at-home release to follow on October 31. It was directed directed by Mat Whitecross (Spike Island, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll), with production from Simon Halfon, James Gay-Rees and Fiona Neilson. Gay-Rees and Kapadia were previously involved in Amy, the acclaimed Amy Winehouse doc.
Meanwhile, the bruvs have been doing their part to promote the movie by taking shots at each other in the press and declaring, "FUCK OASIS." Now that's marketing!