Kasabian: ‘There’s nothing more depressing than seeing a band come offstage and have some broccoli’

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The band embark on a huge UK tour starting next month

Kasabian‘s Serge Pizzorno has said that there’s nothing more more depressing than seeing a band come offstage “and just flip their laptop open, at online shopping. And have some chicken and broccoli.”

Speaking to The Big Issue, he commented: “I won’t expose any bands but there’s nothing more depressing than seeing a band come off stage at a festival, go back stage and just flip their laptop open, at online shopping. And have some chicken and broccoli.”

He added: “I’m thinking, ‘Are you not gonna have a drink now? Cause some carnage?’ And they’re like ‘Naw mate, gotta watch the weight’. Fuck that, you don’t deserve to be doing this job!”

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Kasabian are to play at the 600-capacity London Garage on January 29. The show is in aid of XFM’s new charity Make Some Noise, which helps disadvantaged young people in the UK. It comes after a 18-date headline tour which starts on November 19.

Kasabian will play:

Glasgow SSE Hydro (November 19)
Leeds First Direct Arena (21)
Birmingham LG Arena (22)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (23)
Bournemouth International Centre (25)
Brighton Centre (26)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (28-29)
Brixton Academy (December 1-2, 4-6)
Dublin 3 Arena (8)
Belfast Odyssey (9)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (11)
Manchester Phones 4U Arena (12)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (13)

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