Band's former insiders on fame

Former Oasis tour supervisor Iain Robertson and ex-Creation Information MD Tim Abbot communicate to Sky Information about their time with the band.

Lifting the lid on the story of Oasis and the Gallagher brothers is maybe a troublesome promise to make.

Twenty-five years on from when it began, the Britpop glory-day highs and the break-up lows, the partying, the fall-outs and traded insults, the medication, the fights, the cancelled reveals, the smashed tooth; it has all been nicely documented.

Not least in Supersonic in 2016, the documentary which charted the band of their halcyon interval as much as the record-breaking gigs at Knebworth in 1996, the most important the UK had ever seen on the time.

The movie adopted the band’s meteoric rise and delved into the cleaning soap opera that’s the fractious relationship between Noel and Liam.