Tabloid Hell: Kasabian's indie air rage!

Serge and co have an in-flight confrontation with The Holloways

Tabloid Hell: Kasabian's indie air rage!
The red tops today (August 14) are reporting news of a very indie episode of air rage indeed, which saw Kasabian boot those cheeky north London scamps The Holloways out of their airline seats.

Yep, slow news day.

Apparently, while flying back to Blighty from Japan’s Summer Sonic festival, the thin cabin air got to The Holloways’ heads, and for a minute they thought they were international rock stars as oppose to that band who recorded 'Generator', plonking themselves in the business class seats.

Alas, just as they were about to tuck into their complimentary champagne flutes, none other than Serge Pizzorno and Tom Meighan from Kasabian gave them a gentle tap on the shoulder then politely asked them to head back to cattle class.

Seems like they were sat in the Leicester rockers’ seats, and the boys weren’t up for sharing.

Don't worry chaps, just a few more million album sales and you’ll be sitting up front, or else you could re-release 'Generator'... again.

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