Watch the rousing trailer for Liam Gallagher’s ‘Knebworth 22’ documentary

The Toby L-directed film arrives in select cinemas next month

Liam Gallagher has shared the official trailer for his upcoming documentary Knebworth 22 – watch it below.

The upcoming feature-length film documents the former Oasis frontman’s return to Knebworth Park this summer, 26 years after his band’s iconic gigs at the Hertfordshire venue.

Knebworth 22 is set to arrive in select UK cinemas for a limited time on November 17, with a full streaming release on Paramount+ later this year.

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Today (October 21), Gallagher has offered a sneak peek at the doc with a trailer. The clip follows numerous fans as they make their way to Knebworth Park from far and wide.

In a voiceover, Gallagher says: “After the pandemic, y’know… the bills are fucking too high. There’s a load of this shit, a load of that shit. The government’s not fucking listening. Stick us all in that field and [let’s] have that special time again. It’s fucking amazing.”

Viewers then join the singer as he prepares to take to the stage, and later see live footage from the huge show itself. Tune in below.

In a previous statement Gallagher explained of the Toby L-directed documentary: “I’m still in shock that I got to play Knebworth two nights, 26 years after I played it with Oasis.

“To have played to multiple generations at the same venue so many years apart was beyond Biblical. I’m so glad that we documented it. Knebworth for me was and always will be a celebration of the fans as well as the music. Enjoy the film and let’s do it again in another 26 years. LG x.”

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Tickets for the Knebworth 22 screenings went on sale at 9am BST today (October 21) – purchase yours here.

Meanwhile, Gallagher has claimed that there will be no Oasis songs included in Knebworth 22 documentary because his estranged brother and former bandmate Noel “blocked them”.

Elsewhere, Noel, the High Flying Birds frontman, said there’s “no point” in an Oasis reunion because the group still sell “as many records now” as they did when they were together.

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