Kasabian have revealed the video for their new track, ‘Bless This House’, taken from their critically acclaimed, fifth #1 album, ‘For Crying Out Loud’.
The video for ‘Bless This Acid House’ was shot primarily in black and white on location in a luxury apartment off Kensington High Street, London. Kasabian are dressed in comedy prison clothes (think loose pyjamas with horizontal stripes or alternatively, convict arrows), and play a concert for pvc-clad fans. The flat has had some of the windows nailed shut, while slogans and artwork adorn the walls. It’s a harkening back to the 90s and Brit pop, and a brilliant indicator of what fans should expect from the band’s headline slots at this year’s Reading & Leeds, and TRNSMT Festivals.
Kasabian are also set to play an intimate acoustic performance at Reading’s St Laurence Church this Thursday (15th June), for fans who have tickets to see them at Reading & Leeds Festival. Tickets for the festival went on sale yesterday via Ticketmaster.
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