November 28 2011 - Kasabian are a group that in their own words "are built to headline festivals" and it's easy to see why they would lay such a claim following success breeding a new age of dance infused rock.
The new album 'Velociraptor' has been astonishingly well recieved, currently sitting at the top of the Gigwise poll for the top album of 2011.
Last night the band graced the stage at Brighton's Centre for yet another raucous showdown with the music monster.
Tracks performed included 'Days Are Forgotten', 'Re-Wired', 'Underdog' and 'Where Did All the Love Go?
As such the promotional tour, prior to their headline bids for next years festivals has been underway for a good few months, regarded as nothing short of a live music institution.
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