Noel Gallagher’s Flying Birds are ready to land in North America for a two-weeks tour.
In a recent interview with Exclaim! Noel talked about the new album, and finally expressed his opinion about “Supersonic”, Oasis’ documentary.
He said he has seen it, but his involvement with the actual production was limited.
“Well, I’m in it”, he says about his role. “And I was in it at the time. I’ve done 20 hours of interviews. I’m involved to the point of I was interviewed, I’ve seen it, and I’ve gone, ‘Yeah.’ I’ve been on tour and making records, so I’m kinda not really in the fu**ing mood for jumping onto something that happened 20 years ago. When I seen the thing it was nice to see old footage I’d never seen, and it was funny. It’s great, and then I kinda went off and had lunch. It’s not really the most important thing that gonna happen to me in the next two years. D’ya know what I mean?”
While the documentary might not be something he will ruminate over that much, he knows how much it will mean to the band’s fans.
“I do think the fans will love it because it looks great. I had forgotten about the size of Oasis and what it meant to people and the impact we had on people’s lives. I’m a bit too close to judge it, aren’t I? Liam comes out of it well though.”