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Kasabian ready to rave at V
Kasabian promise their headlining sets at this year's Virgin Media V Festivals will be a "fing rave".
The rock band are performing at the event's Staffordshire leg on Saturday (21.08.10) and the Cheltenham stage of the event on Sunday (22.08.10) and have promised to give one of the performances of their career.
Guitarist Serge Pizzorno said: "It's just going to be a fing rave. We're just going to try and make it the greatest night out anyone's had this year.
"That's the sort of idea - just give people something to celebrate."
After the band headlined this year's T in the Park festival, the band's frontman Tom Meighan said he feels the band had always been "destined" to take the headlining slot.
He said: "Kasabian were always destined for it. When I walked out on the T in the Park stage, I felt like I was Julius Caesar when he stood up in Rome!
"People were going mental as we walked out. I think we were always meant for that moment."
The band - completed by Chris Edwards, Ian Matthews and Jay Mehler - have reportedly finished recording their fourth album and hope to release it next year.Posted on 19 Aug 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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