Jagwar Ma, BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe, Beardy Man and Rudimental will be providing the support when Kasabian return home to Leicester for a gig at the city’s Victoria Park on Saturday night (June 21st).
During an interview which doesn’t exactly do a lot do dispel Billy Bragg‘s belief that Kasabian are around ‘to remind us how true Spinal Tap was‘, the band’s guitarist Serge Pizzorno has said they painstakingly geared their new album ‘48:13‘ towards that running length because he ‘fell in love with the number’.
Kasabian guitarist Serge Pizzorno believes the band’s homecoming gig at Leicester’s Victoria Park later this month will prove to be ‘their moment’.
Kasabian‘s new album ‘48:13‘ is heading for the top spot on the UK Album Chart, latest midweek figures show.
Overnight Spinal Tap made what was already a cartoonish hard rock scene look utterly, irrevocably ridiculous. And according to Billy Bragg, its spirit unwittingly lives on to this day in the form of Kasabian.
Kasabian will be in London on June 18th for a special show in aid of the War Child charity.
Serge Pizzorno has backed Glastonbury’s first ever ‘metal’ headliner, Metallica, to prove their doubters wrong when they play the event next month.
Kasabian aired the new track ‘Bumblebee‘ from their ‘48:13‘ album during a live appearance on Later…With Jools Holland last night (May 13th). Check it out below.
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