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“Within a few songs, it was like we were no longer occupying the hallowed halls of the Opera House. Instead, seats were abandoned as punters danced recklessly”
Australian Kasabian fans are well-aware of the UK rockers’ penchant for covering television theme songs, lest we forget their ambitious mash up of the Sesame Street theme for Like A Version. Never ones to limit themselves, Kasabian have now set their sights on the world of film, delivering a cover of the much-loved Ghostbusters theme.
Rockers Kasabian are well known for their constant experimentation and a never-ending search for unique sounds, but this might just be the UK outfits most ambitious move yet. Fresh from the rocking out stages on their headlining Australian tour, the band stopped by triple j for Like A Version a delivered a mash up of
Sunday nights are not always the opportune time for a rowdy rock show, but Kasabian took it more as a challenge than a disadvantage when they took to the stage of the Hordern Pavilion. Armed with four albums of material and a Glastonbury headline set to their name, the Brit band launched themselves upon the
Melbourne five-piece, The Delta Riggs have been confirmed as the support act for Leicester rockers Kasabian when they head to Australia this August to celebrate their fifth studio album, 48:13. The Delta Riggs have been tearing up European stages over the last few months including key performances at The Great Escape and punctuated by the
Almost immediately after British folk-punk Billy Bragg compared Kasabian to heavy metal parody band Spinal Tap, frontman Tom Meighan proved just how Spinal Tap the band is by running over his own father in his car. An incident the singer has now referred to as “the worst day of my life.” “It was a freak
The father of Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan is reportedly recovering after the singer accidentally hit him with a car. Kasabian have refused to comment on the alleged incident, which reportedly occurred when the frontman was behind the wheel in a car park in his hometown of Leicester. According to The Sun, the incident occurred after
If you’ve ever seen Kasabian‘s Tom Meighan‘s on stage you’ll be familiar with his particular brand of braggadocio. The well-seasoned UK rock outfit’s singer is loudly confident in both himself and his band’s talents. It’s no surprise that the peppy and somewhat impenetrable singer is the same in conversation. Meighan doesn’t shy from making favourable
It’s a brave move to release your most experimental record to date two weeks out from a headline slot at Glastonbury. You’ve got to admire Kasabian‘s confidence in their latest record, 48:13, but then confidence is a trait Kasabian have never lacked. Frontman Sergio Pizzorno told The Guardian earlier this year that the album is
English folk-punk hero and left-wing activist Billy Bragg has drawn some unfavourable comparisons between Leicester Brit rock act Kasabian to fictitious metal parody act Spinal Tap, famously featured in 1984 mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap. Speaking with NME prior to his annual appearance at Glastonbury festival, of which Kasabian are headlining, Bragg said that the
Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has lamented the fact that the Big Day Out is not the towering music festival monolith that it once was, but says that he and the band still hope to be able to play the iconic Australian festival — with which they have a longstanding relationship — in the future. Speaking
UK rockers Kasabian came barreling out of Leicester in 2004 with the certified mega-tune Club Foot. Since then, through constant experimentation and a never-ending search for unique, pulse-driving sounds, the band has evolved into a solid unit who make records that push the boundaries of pop. The band’s forthcoming fifth studio album, 48:13, is the
Kasabian have never been too shy to wear their influences on their sleeves or to let the public know what they think of the current musical landscape, even if no one really asked. While discussing the influences behind the band’s forthcoming album, they made it clear they have no time for metal. “I suppose you