Since their shocking debut in 2004, Kasabian has pursued a sound that incorporates diverse elements such as dance, psychedelic and hip-hop, while retaining their UK rock DNA.
The band has won numerous music awards, including the “Best Group Award” at the Brit Awards, the UK’s equivalent of the Grammy Awards, and has headlined both Glastonbury and Reading & Leeds, two of the world’s leading UK music festivals, and has been highly acclaimed as one of the world’s top live acts. Their latest album, For Crying Out Loud, reached number one in the U.K. album charts for the fifth time in their career, and they continue to boast their popularity as the U.K.’s national rock band. In the summer of 2020, vocalist Tom Meighan announced his departure from the band, but the long-awaited new song ALYGATYR was released in the autumn of the following year, and it was a song bursting with Kasabian’s style, suitable for the opening of a new chapter for the band. This was followed by a 17-show UK tour, all of which were sold out, as well as a two-day support act for Liam Gallagher at Knebworth in June, and headlining appearances at major festivals such as Isle of White Festival and Neighborhood Weekend.