Kasabian slam British music scene for being "overrun by pop"
Kasabian believe that their contemporaries are "frightened" of their own potential and this fear has led to the UK music scene being "overrun by pop".
In a new interview, the lads explain that British music isn't what it used to be because bands are afraid to write "records that sound good on the radio". Frontman Tom Meighan said:
"There's a rock 'n' roll drought at the moment, so I'm glad we're here. People are frightened of making records that sound good on the radio."
Serge Pizzorno, who recently spoke out and admitted that groups need to be more experimental, added: "We've been overrun by pop and I hate that indie attitude. Life's too short to give a f**k."
"I'm not religious, I don't think there's anything after this, so I'm here to have a good time and this is the one chance I've got. So get me the f***ing fur coat and let's crack on. One d**khead might go, 'Oh, I don't like that.' But who cares?"
Watch Kasabian's music video for 'Re-Wired' below:
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