Combining the swagger of Oasis and the psychedelia of The Stone Roses, Kasabian were destined to be a success from the first time Sergio Pizzorno met Tom Meighan. Hailing from Leicester, Kasabian released their self- titled debut in 2004, which included anthems like Club Foot, L.S.F, Cut Off, and Processed Beats.

These songs, along with Serge’s always intriguing guitar sound and Tom’s undeniable charisma as a frontman, turned Kasabian into a must-see live act. As the years have gone by, the band have continued to release a string of quality albums that expanded on their sound: Empire, West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum, Velociraptor! and 38:13, each featuring huge sing- along tunes such as Fire, Empire, Rewired and Where Did All The Love Go? Their 2017 album For Crying Out Loud cemented their status as one of Britain's greatest stadium and arena bands.

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