Kasabian have started talking about the ‘rock ‘n’ roll drought’ which is upon us once again, and have blasted groups who are afraid to ‘experiment’ with their music. In a recent interview, frontman Tom Meighan stated: “There is a rock ‘n’ roll drought at the moment and I’m glad we’re here. People are frightened of making records that sound good on the radio.”
Kasabian guitarist Serge Pizzorno also got his opinion across and commented on the situation stating: “We’ve been overrun by pop and I hate that indie attitude. Life’s too short to give a f*ck.
“I’m not religious at all and I don’t think there’s anything after this, so I’m here to have a good time and this is the one chance I’ve got. So get me my f*cking fur coat and let’s crack on. One k*obhead might go, ‘Oh, I don’t like that.’ But who cares?”
We take it you don’t watch X Factor then Serge?
Kasabian recently released their fourth studio album ‘Velociraptor’ and as usual, they continue to push the boundaries of rock ‘n’ roll music. Whether we like it or not, they are having a good time and are content in doing so.
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