5 songs Kasabian better play at Reading & Leeds, or else
Sure, it’s not Kasabian’s first Reading & Leeds rodeo, but we still figure it’s better to be safe than sorry.
Published: 9:30 am, August 25, 2017
Sure, it’s not Kasabian’s first Reading & Leeds rodeo, but we still figure it’s better to be safe than sorry. So, lads. We want these five tracks in your headline set. It shouldn’t be difficult, they’re all bangers. Cheers.
Bless This Acid House
It’s the best track on their new album ‘For Crying Out Loud’, and it’d absolutely set it off on a Friday night in Berkshire.
The video of this song refers to the Soviet government’s intervention in the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 on a banner showing the text in Hungarian (Szabad Európa Rádió) which translates as “Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty”. Or so Wikipedia says. Thanks, Wikipedia.
Shoot The Runner
DUM DE DUM DE DUM DE DUM DE - come on, tell us you’re not feeling this one. We dare you.
‘Underdog’ is, apparently, Colchester United’s ‘run on’ music. There’s something you probably didn’t know - unless you support Colchester United, in which case, we’re very sorry.
Like, durr. When you’ve more pints than you can count down, there’s nothing better than ‘Eez-eh’.
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