Kasabian to rock Aberdeen audience

Indie rockers confirm AECC gig

FRESH from a triumphant headlining gig at Glastonbury, indie rockers Kasabian are heading for Aberdeen, it was announced today.

The phenomenally-popular Leicester band will play the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on November 11.

AECC bosses expect tickets to be snapped up when they go on sale on Friday.

The Aberdeen venue’s managing director, Brian Horsburgh, said: “This will be Kasabian’s first show at AECC. I am sure their fans will be thrilled to hear they will be coming to Aberdeen and tickets will sell out fast.”

Kasabian were among the star attractions at Glastonbury over the weekend, turning the festival crowd into a massive choir during their memorable set.

The band will launch a 10-date arena tour in November, which will include Aberdeen, on the back of their acclaimed new album, West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum.

West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum went straight to number one in the charts and was only knocked off the top spot by Michael Jackson on Sunday.

Speaking about the shows, Kasabian founder and guitarist Sergio Pizzorno promised the band would stay up close and personal with fans during the arena gigs.

He said: “We can make the arenas feel intimate because it’s so important the crowd are in the mix – they’re our orchestra.”

Sergio also promised the shows would be “something special”.

Formed in Leicester while still at school, Kasabian have since built up a huge and loyal following on the back of their three albums.

Kasabian’s single, Where Did All The Love Go, is due out on August 10.



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