Kasabian is a British rock band that was formed in the year 2001. Kasabian has six studio albums released to date, and are also often noted for their live performances. The original line-up of Kasabian consists of vocalist Tom Meighan, guitarist and vocalist Sergio Pizzorno, guitarist Chris Karloff, bassist Chris Edwards, and drummer Ian Matthews. However, the guitarist Chris Karloff left Kasabian in 2006. Let’s take a look at some really interesting facts about Kasabian.
Many critics have labeled Kasabian’s music “indie rock,” although the band does not identify with this label. Lead singer Sergio Pea has stated that he despises indie acts and has never felt like their sound belonged to any one genre, suggesting that they are something much more intricate – an over-the-top fusion of genres or simply Kasabian. Kasabian’s sound is a blend of indie rock, alternative rock, and post-punk revival with some electronic music influences added in for good measure.
Kasabian has released four studio albums: Kasabian (2004), Empire (2007), West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum (2009), and Velociraptor! (2011). Kasbarian fans can expect to hear songs from these releases at their upcoming concerts because Kasabian never changes the setlist while on tour. They always play what they consider to be “classic” Kasabian tracks that will please die-hard followers as well as newer audiences who only know the hits such as ‘Fire’ or ‘Empire’. If you want an awesome time listening to Kasabian’s entire discography, check out their 2009 live album – Kasabian: Live at the Royal Albert Hall.
They’ve been around since 2002 so it would be great if you managed to catch them now before they take an indefinite hiatus again because these guys need a break from touring after almost 12 years with hardly any time off. You definitely don’t want to miss them live so buy Kasabian tickets now and get ready for a great night!
Kasabian will be playing in Manchester and London on 29th and 30th June respectively as part of a European tour which includes stops all over Europe. They’re coming back for more! This time though they’ll also play some festivals such as Isle Of Wight Festival (21-24 Jun) or Benicassim festival (18-21 Jul).
They’ve been around since 2002 so it would be great if you managed to catch them now before they take an indefinite hiatus again because these guys need a break! Kasabian tickets are selling fast so don’t wait too long or they’ll be gone.
So what are you waiting for? Get your Kasabian tickets now and enjoy a great night out with friends, family, or even by yourself – but you have to admit it would be more fun if there were other people involved right?! Don’t miss this opportunity as Kasabian might not play any time soon again after these dates. It’s been far too long already since the last album came out in 2014 so grab those Kasabian concert tickets before someone else does because chances of them coming back anytime soon seem slimmer than ever.