Screen Shot 2017-03-30 at 12.50.22Kasabian are certainly one of those bands whose arose strong feelings out there in keyboard warrior land.

The band, who like their home town football team – Leicester City, rose up from A deeply unfashionable hinterland and stole the premiership from the big city money boys AND have been consistently massive since their post Oasis breakthrough. Kinda operating in the lad rock space they have always been something a bit smarter under the surface with this band. They may pull faces at the camera and act like hooligans on a day release but their songs mix a complex mish and mash of styles and a sweet pop touch and obey no rules and the new single is typical of this. ‘You’re In Love With A Psycho’ comes with a naggingly catchy perfect pop tune and with the kind of chorus that you will hear sung on terraces or at 2 in the morning after a mad drunken Saturday night out, this is a real pop music.



For Crying Out Loud!

Kasabian Release Career Defining Album

 Out April 28 On Columbia

1st Single ‘You’re In Love With A Psycho’ Out Now

8 Must See April UK Dates Announced 


Kasabian are back with an explosive, career best album brimming with confidence, swagger and huge tunes. ‘For Crying Out Loud’, their sixth studio album, is released April 28th on Columbia Records.

Written and produced by Kasabian wizard Serge Pizzorno, and recorded at the Sergery, his Leicester studio, ‘For Crying Out Loud’ features 12 tracks that encapsulate everything that makes Kasabian one of this country’s best ever bands. First single ‘You’re In Love With A Psycho’ is a big, fat pop song with an irrepressible hook. Other highlights include the soon-to-be-summer-anthem ‘Bless This Acid House’, the contagious ‘Good Fight’ and the rock steady angst of ‘’Ill Ray (the King)’. Lead singer Tom Meighan has never sounded so good, wrapping himself around the addictive hooks.

“I decided to give myself six weeks to write an album like they used to do back in the day and that became really inspiring” Serge recalls. “I made sure there was no fat on anything, it was going to be classic songs, no self-indulgence, nothing was going on there that shouldn’t. I’d heard Berry Gordy had said if you’ve not got them in the first four bars then you’re finished, so I went in with this old school attitude of song-writing.”

Following the more electronic direction on 2014’s ‘48:13’ Kasabian were keen to make a truly great guitar album. “We wanted to make a very positive album full of hope with guitars to remind people that it’s still relevant,” Serge said.

With headline slots at Reading / Leeds and TRNSMT, Kasabian head out for 8 must see intimate shows next month. Visit the Kasabian store now for more details and to access tickets early:


Wed 12th LLANDUDNO, Venue Cymru

Thu 13thBIRMINGHAM, O2 Academy

Sat 15th NEWPORT, Newport Centre

Sun 16thSOUTHEND-ON-SEA, Cliffs Pavillion

Tue 18th LONDON, O2 Forum Kentish Town

Wed 19th LONDON, O2 Forum Kentish Town

Thu 20th LONDON, O2 Forum Kentish Town

Sat 22th DUBLIN, Olympia

P.T.O for full tracklisting

Kasabian have four UK #1 albums to their name and have sold over 5.5 million albums worldwide. They’ve won a Brit, seven NME awards, four Q Awards and have headlined Glastonbury Festival, as well as V Festival, T in the Park, and numerous festivals worldwide.


‘For Crying Out Loud’ full tracklisting:

1. Ill Ray (The King)

2. You’re In Love With A Psycho

3. TwentyFourSeven

4. Good Fight

5. Wasted

6. Come Back Kid

7. The Party Never Ends

8. Are You Looking For Action

9. All Through The Night

10. Sixteen Blocks

11. Bless This Acid House

12. Put Your Life On It

Kasabian are: Serge Pizzorno (guitar and vocals), Tom Meighan (vocals), Chris Edwards (bass), Ian Matthews (drums) and Tim Carter (Guitars)

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