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Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno Thinks British Rock Needs to Up Its Game
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 06.19.2014



In an NME blog, Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno said that rock music "needs a kick up the arse," and he hopes his band's new album, 48:13, will inspire a new generation of artists. Below is an excerpt from the blog:

"I didn't see Alex Turner's rock 'n' roll speech at The Brits, but I heard a lot of people talking about it. Of course he wanted to make that moment that people talk about, he was at the Brits! That's it for me though, British rock 'n' roll needs to up its game, and of course rock 'n' roll will never die. That's obvious. I just think there's so much more out there for it, it just needs a kick up the arse or something. It needs igniting."

48:13 is now available.





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