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Kasabian tease new music and announcement coming subsequent week


Kasabian have teased the discharge of recent music and an announcement coming subsequent week.

The Leicester rock band took to social media this week to share a six-second teaser video that includes a telephone ringing from a ‘no caller ID’ quantity, soundtracked by a robust bass guitar line and regular snare drum beat.

They captioned the publish with a collection of curious eye emojis and a date of 21/02, which is subsequent Wednesday.

Frontman Serge Pizzorno additionally shared a phone-themed teaser to his social media at the moment (February 16), that includes a miniature mannequin of himself subsequent to a tiny telephone with the caption: “I find it irresistible while you name. It is not sensible in any respect x.”

Again in December, Kasabian introduced their new album ‘Happenings’ together with an enormous ‘Summer season Solstice II’ present of their hometown of Leicester this summer season.

Chatting with NME across the announcement about what followers can anticipate from the report, Pizzorno stated: “Within the late ’60s they might have happenings. So Hawkwind… there’d be a occurring within the Roundhouse [in London]. They have been form of psychedelic… I suppose they have been the primary raves, you recognize? They bought the title from the late ’50s.

“There was an artwork motion the place they might stage happenings. So for example, they might promote that there can be an artwork present at a venue, after which everybody would flip up however there’d be no artwork present. And that was the artwork. The images taken there can be of individuals being confused and you then go, ‘Shit – that is the present’.”

Their objective, Pizzorno added, was to “stage our personal Kasabian happenings everywhere in the world”.

Pizzorno has stepped as much as the frontman position over the previous few years after after former Kasabian singer Tom Meighan was convicted in 2020 of assaulting his spouse, and was subsequently fired from the band.

Bassist Chris Edwards insisted to NME that Pizzorno has now honed his craft as frontman and “is aware of how you can whip the group up”, including: “Wherever that we go, he’ll learn the viewers and he’ll do it completely.”

Elsewhere, earlier this 12 months Kasabian recalled their time assembly Sam Fender, and shared their hopes that a collaboration with him may someday on the playing cards.


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