On Oct. 7, Oasis will put out a remastered and expanded version of 1997's Be Here Now. Now they've given us its second promotional track, a video of "My Big Mouth."

The footage was taken at one of their two performances at the Knebworth Festival on Aug. 10-11, 1996, when they premiered the song. However, the band doesn't appear in the clip. Instead, as the song plays, you see one long shot from above of the grounds and the surrounding area, which gives you a chance to get an idea of the enormity of the event. They reportedly played to 250,000 people over the course of the dates, when the band was at the peak of their popularity.

The new take on Be Here Now, the third in their Chasing the Sun series of reissues, adds one CD of b-sides, demos and extra tracks (including the live take on "My Big Mouth") and another of the record's original demos that were recently discovered in their vaults. A Noel Gallagher remix of the hit “D’You Know What I Mean?” was released in conjunction with the news of the album's arrival.

While Oasis have repeatedly denied all talk of a reunion since their 2009 split, their lead singer, Liam Gallagher, appears to be getting back in the game. He recently gave an interview with Q magazine that hints at a "dynamic new chapter" that is on the way. Gallagher has not put out any new music since his post-Oasis band, Beady Eye, broke up in October 2014.

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