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Kasabian are "blessed".
Tom Meighan, frontman with the British rock group, said he believes the band is following the path of destiny and it is no fluke that they have become one of Britain's biggest bands.
He told BANG Showbiz: "It's just so f***ing great playing our music to so many different cultures in different countries. We truly are blessed, it's not luck, we're blessed and we're supposed to do this, you know."
He also said the 'Vlad The Impaler' group work best when they're on the road, touring, and they have recently upgraded to a luxury tourbus.
He added, ahead of one of the band's shows in Strasbourg, France: "I love being on the road. The tourbus we have now is great, it's like The Enterprise from Star Trek mate. It's a lovely tourbus."
Tom also said, apart from a few meals, the group's present tour has been one of their best yet.
"We're here in a very European venue, the catering tastes weird, we're all sick of the European goulash, that's weird stuff that they eat, I don't even know what that is, but apart from that, the shows have been amazing."Posted on 22 Feb 2010 07:30 to category : Music News
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