Bearing an uncanny resemblance, they bring pounding beats and huge guitar-driven choruses to recreate Kasabian’s explosive stage show with unerring accuracy, delivering hits from across all 6 albums.
Since the tribute formed in 2009 they have risen alongside Kasabian, performed over 500 shows and gained the full respect of Kasabian’s loyal fanbase and even added to it!
Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan had this to say about the No.1 Tribute Band:
“I’ve been keeping tabs on them for ages. They’re fucking frightening, they’re so good. When they first came out someone told me about them and I went on the website to check them out. I was like, ‘Oh my god!’ They mimicked everything perfectly, their characteristics are bang-on and their Serge is frighteningly good. It might happen that we’ll put them on instead of us one day; or it’d be good to get them in a video.”
Some of the band’s highlights include performing alongside Ollie Murs, Pendulum, Ocean Colour Scene, Pigeon Detectives, James, and stars from The Only Way is Essex. Playing the main stage at Liverpool’s Mathew Street Festival to a 40,000 strong crowd. Being voted “Best Tribute” at TribFest in their first year and being regulars on the Fake Festivals tour.
The lads have featured in publications such as NME, Q Magazine, Esquire, The Guardian and have had live footage of a Kazabian show aired on NME TV.
Living and breathing Kasabian, they truly are a band that have taken tributing to the next level!!!
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