A lot has been said about what the new sound might be like, now you can see for yourself
tom skinner
09:54 17th March 2017

Kasabian have announced that their new album For Crying Out Loud will be released on 28 April, and have unveiled the new track 'You're In Love With A Psycho'. Listen and check out the full track list below.

Described as a "big, fat pop song", the new single is the first slice of the new album, which Serge Pizzorno describes as a collection of straight-up 'classic' tracks, with no room for self-indulgence. 

Following 2014's electronic and experimental offering of 48:13, the band have set their sights on guitar music this time around. 

"We wanted to make a very positive album full of hope with guitars to remind people that it's still relevant" Pizzorno said of the album. The guitarist and songwriter previously told NME that he had fallen in love with the guitar again during the recording process, and that he "just started smashing tunes out" on his Rickenbacker. 

Other track titles featured on the record include 'Good Fight', 'The Party Never Ends' and 'Bless This Acid House'.

Serge, Tom and the boys will headline Reading & Leeds and Glasgow's TRNSMT festival this summer, and have announced dates in more intimate settings in April, as the album release draws closer. Dates include two nights at The Forum, London.

The ‘For Crying Out Loud’ full tracklisting is as follows:

1. Ill Ray (The King)
2. You’re In Love With A Psycho
3. TwentyFourSeven
4. Good Fight
5. Wasted
6. Come Back Kid
7. The Party Never Ends
8. Are You Looking For Action
9. All Through The Night
10. Sixteen Blocks
11. Bless This Acid House
12. Put Your Life On It

Kasabian will play the following dates and a small run of tickets will be available here from 9am 21 March. The general onsale is 9am 24 March.

Wed 12 LLANDUDNO Venue Cymru
Thu 13 BIRMINGHAM 02 Academy
Sat 15 NEWPORT, Newport Centre
Sun 16 SOUTHEND-ON- SEA, Cliffs Pavillion
Tue 18 LONDON, The Forum
Wed 19 LONDON, The Forum
Thu 20 LONDON, The Forum
Sat 22 DUBLIN, Olympia