Pizzorno spoke of his renewed energy for Kasabian during the South American leg of the band's world tour, revealing his excitement at seeing 100,000 fans turn up to the band's final gig in Mexico. He claims that the band have exceeded his previous expectations - and now hopes to take things even further.
"Off the back of the world tour, we’ve never been so good, we’ve found a new level," says Serge on the band's official website. "I thought there were seven levels and there’s not, there are eight levels and we’re on the eighths level. And there may even be a nine."
"We’ve found this level that makes us want to play more and more."
Speaking of the Mexico gig, he told fans: "Before the gig in Mexico, there definitely was a vibe, I had a feeling it was going to be good. You hear things, but it surpassed anything I thought it was going to be. It was just the crowd - there had to be 80-100k people there. The atmosphere was just incredible. It was so tight that people couldn’t mosh."
Kasabian are thought to be currently working on their fifth studio album, with Tom Meighan telling Gigwise earlier in 2012 that Serge had already written tracks for the follow up to 2011's Velociraptor.
"I definitely know he's got loads of songs written for the next album," said Tom. "I've heard a few glimpses of tracks, but nothing full. I reckon he's got 8-10 tracks written. It's a bit early for him to show me though.
"He might have 30, that's just how it is."