Kasabian Return – Inside This Week’s NME (4th June)

Sound the alarms, warn your elderly relatives and lock up your sausages…

Kasabian are back and just as batshit as ever. Things have definitely been a bit quieter since Tom and Serge buggered off to California to record the new record, so you’ll be glad to know that that Mr Meighan is as crackers as ever. Apparently Cumberland sausages have got weed in them. Good to have you back, boys…

Elsewhere in the mag we get the full lo-down from The Horrors about the ‘baggy’ vibes of their upcoming new record, give the definitive verdict on Arctic Monkeys’ epic new album, ‘Suck It And See’, and finally rip those wafty bandanas off Wu Lyf’s faces and find out if they’re actually any good (they are).

As well as that, Brett Anderson takes us on a druggy journey through Suede’s history, Miles Kane bangs on about how much he loves Liam Gallagher (whodathunkit) and These New Puritans leave their watermelons at home for their biggest show since Hidden Live.

Plus reviews, the week’s essential gig guide, and loads of other stuff that will make you HAPPY.

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