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Serge Pizzorno: Kasabian's new album written by spirit
Serge Pizzorno, known for his trademark long hair and facial fuzz, told NME that the band's fourth studio album came about in an almost transcendental way.
Speaking to the magazine, Pizzorno said that when they were making the album he felt like he "wasn't even there, like a spirit came down and took over".
He added: "I'd just be milling about and I'd wake up in the morning and go 'Who's done that?' I really feel like a spirit wrote the album."
Their new album, which follows up West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum, is near completion and will be released sometime at the end of the year.
Chris Edwards, the band's bass player, also revealed that some of the songs that didn't make it onto their third album have found a place on their fourth record as "big songs".
Kasabian got together in Leicestershire in 1999 and were originally called Saracuse. They have been compared to Primal Scream and The Stone Roses.
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