Kasabian to make ‘completely different’ new album following V Festival farewell – video

Watch the band talking about their future after sending off 'West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum'

Kasabian have told NME that having headlined V Festival this weekend (August 21-22) they will now enter the studio to make a “completely different” sounding album.

The band played their last live dates for the time being at the event, and speaking in a video interview you can watch on the right now, Sergio Pizzorno explained the band intend to experiment for the follow-up to 2009’s ‘West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum’.

“We’re going to the studio later this year, we’re just going to experiment,” the guitarist explained.

“If we get some tunes together and it’s going great we’ll bring them out as soon as we can, but I don’t want to say it’s going to be this or it’s going to be that, we’re going to the studio to experiment, it will be completely different to ‘West Ryder…’ and the other albums as well. Whatever we do it will be a different album. The few tunes that are floating around are very different.”

Watch the full interview in which the band spell out their plans on the right now.

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