Noel Gallagher rejected a request for permission to use Oasis music in the upcoming film about his brother Liam, Irish documentary maker Gavin Fitzgerald has revealed.
Speaking on the Marian Finucane Show on RTÉ Radio 1 on Sunday morning, Fitzgerald said that while Noel ignores his younger sibling’s ongoing Twitter barbs, he does “get back at Liam in other ways”.
“Liam doesn’t even have Noel’s number. He just reaches out to him on Twitter and berates him,” Fitzgerald said.
“Just last week he [Liam] said that Liam growing his hair long is more interesting than Noel’s band, High Flying Birds. This is how they operate and Noel just ignores it all and maybe hurts him in other ways.
“For example, we weren’t able to use Oasis music in the documentary because Noel owns the publishing rights and refused it, even though Liam wrote some of those songs.”