Kasabian: ‘We’d love to do a track with Noel Gallagher’

Tom Meighan also says he hopes the former Oasis man joins the band on their November tour

Kasabian‘s Tom Meighan has said he would “love” the band to record a track with their friend Noel Gallagher.

Speaking about the possibilities of hooking up with Gallagher, who quit Oasis in August, Meighan said he hoped the two parties would be able to head into the studio together once their schedules are both free.

“We’d love to do a track with him. Never say never. But at the moment he’s concentrating on his solo stuff and we’re busy as ever,” Meighan told the News Of The World.


The frontman also revealed that he expects Gallagher to join Kasabian on their UK arena tour, which kicks off in Newcastle on November 10.

“We’ve got our arena tour in November. Noel will be calling us up nearer the time for sure saying ‘Lads, I’m going to come perform with you on tour’. He’s a performing machine, and loves playing live so he jumps at the opportunity whenever he can join us.”

Kasabian play the following dates:

Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (November 10)
Aberdeen AECC (11)
Glasgow SECC (12)
London Wembley Arena (14, 15)
Liverpool Echo Arena (16)
Nottingham Trent FM Arena (18)
Birmingham NIA (19)
Manchester MEN (20)
Cardiff International Arena (22)
Sheffield Arena (23)

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