Watch Kasabian Perform Live At The Global Awards

Serge, Tom and co played two of their massive hits at the Eventim Apollo Hammersmith - watch them in action here.

Kasabian played a stunning set at the very first Global Awards in London tonight (Thursday 1 March).

The Leicester band performed You’re In Love With A Psycho from their 2017 album For Crying Out Loud, alongside their massive 2009 banger Fire. Watch a clip of them playing Psycho above.

Serge Pizzorno told Radio X that “‘Psycho’ is just a word we use. It’s when you say you’ll be home at 3am, I promise, then you come home on Wednesday and she goes ‘psycho’ at you. The verses are the story of this man and this woman and the world they live in. You love them for what they are, there’s nothing you can do about it. This song has an irresistible groove - if it’s dropped at a disco, after Timberlake or something, we’re on the same vibe here.”

Watch their amazing performance of Fire here:

The performance of Fire was so storming, it actually broke a glass on the table, as caught on camera by Heart presenter Lilah Parsons:

Earlier in the show, Kasabian won the coveted Best Indie award, presented to them by Radio X’s Chris Moyles and Johnny Vaughan.

Kasabian have had five number one albums and a host of top ten hits, including the massive anthems Fire and Empire. They released their sixth studio album For Crying Out Loud in May 2017, with the chart-topping record featuring huge tunes including You’re In Love With A Psycho and Bless This Acid House.

Watch Radio X's Dan O'Connell talk to Tom and Serge after their performance.

The Global Awards took place at the Eventim Apollo Hammersmith in West London on Thursday 1 March, and brought together all Global’s radio stations including Capital, Capital XTRA, Heart, Classic FM, Smooth, Radio X, Gold and LBC to celebrate the biggest stars of music, news & entertainment.

For all the videos, pictures and winners, see

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