Kasabian: The Black Keys at Glastonbury will contrast with our ‘future rock and roll’

Tom Meighan, Kasabian (Photo: Paul Bachmann for Live4ever)

Tom Meighan, Kasabian (Photo: Paul Bachmann for Live4ever)

It’ll be like being in a time machine at Glastonbury this weekend; Serge Pizzorno believes The Black Keys‘ ‘traditional’ brand of rock and roll will contrast nicely with the glimpse of the future which Kasabian are apparently going to offer as headliners on Sunday night (June 29th).

Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney play immediately before Pizzorno’s band on the Pyramid Stage, and Pizzorno has been giving his thoughts on the evening when in conversation with NME. “I think it’s great that they’re going on before us. That’ll be great to get the crowd going,” he says. “It’s a nice contrast between very traditional rock to what future rock’n’roll sounds like.”

“We’re playing France the night before, so we’re literally getting in there in the afternoon. You might find us in a field, but you won’t find us DJing.”

Glastonbury gets underway tomorrow, with the first main stage performers being Turtle Island and The War On Drugs.

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