Kasabian to make intimate instore appearance in London on Wednesday

Band will perform at HMV on Oxford Street on June 11

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Kasabian will perform live at HMV on Oxford Street in London this Wednesday (June 11).

The band will play to an audience of just 200 fans at the 363 Oxford Street branch with the band due on stage at 12pm. The first 180 fans to purchase copies of new album '48:13' will gain entry to the performance, with the whole show set to be streamed on YouTube at a later date.

Kasabian's fifth album is named after its running time, which is a total of 48 minutes and 13 seconds. The record includes the single 'Eez-eh' and was released on Monday (June 9), just two weeks before the band headline this year's Glastonbury Festival alongside Arcade Fire and Metallica.

The band's next proper gig will be a special London show in aid of War Child. The band will play London's O2 Shepherds Bush Arena on June 18. It comes three days before their homecoming show in Leicester and 11 days before their headline slot at Glastonbury on June 29.

Kasabian will play:

Plymouth Pavilions (June 17)
London Shepherd's Bush Empire (18)
Leicester Victoria Park (21)
Glastonbury Festival (29)

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