The talk, appropriately titled ‘Champagne Superanalysis’, comes after Dunham and Ben Lee had a deep Twitter exchange over the brothers back in the summer. In response, singer Dan Wilson asked to see “a staged reading of gallagher interviews. Noel’s interviews make me feel worldly-wise and Liam‘s make me feel victorious.”
I watched the Oasis documentary and I have a LOT of big opinions about the Gallagher brothers’ relationship! I’m a Noel btw!!!
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) August 23, 2018
— Ben Lee (@benleemusic) September 13, 2018
The event held at the Largo in Los Angeles saw an introduction from Brad Pitt, as well as guest contributions to the discussion from Spike Jonze, Julianna Barwick, Jordan Black, Angela Trimbur, Penelope Gazin, Nick Mancini, Cary Brothers, Ione Skye, Ashley Blaine Featherson, Natasha Khan, Taylor Locke, Retta, Lisa Loeb and others.
Pitt opened proceedings by telling the audience: “Let’s do this, you c**ts”.
Brad Pitt giving the official welcome at last nights "Champagne Superanalysis" at Largo: "Let's do this, you cunts." pic.twitter.com/zDOQ6U5yPt
— Ben Lee (@benleemusic) November 19, 2018
Thanks @benleemusic and @lenadunham for a magical night of psychological exploration of @oasis at the @LargoLosAngeles . Here are all the special guests backstage before the show. pic.twitter.com/BMtcuUzNxk
— Lisa Loeb (@LisaLoeb) November 19, 2018
“A psychological exploration of the Gallagher Brothers through song and readings,” the description of the event read. “When you arrive at Will Call on the night of the show, seats will be assigned first come first served, from the front of the theatre to the back. If you want to sit closer, be sure to come earlier.”
Earlier this year, Noel teased that he may in fact have two albums’ worth of new material due for release. Speaking to NME, he suggested that some of his new material sounded like ‘The Police meets The Cure‘.
This week also saw Bands FC unveil new football badge logos for both Gallagher brothers.