Kasabian | The AECC

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English rock band Kasabian’s return to the AECC on Sunday 26th was nothing short of riot for fans new and old.  

The night began with support act ‘The Slaves’ who managed to get the crowd going whilst producing some very loud music, despite being only a duo before Kasabian frontman, Tom Meighan, got on with the show.  

A mix of classic and brand new hits from ‘For Crying Out Loud’ got an enthusiastic response with the crowd erupting from start to finish. Opening with ‘Ill Ray (The King)’ and closing with a highly desired 3 song encore which ended with well-loved ‘Fire’, it's safe to say that this won't be Kasabian’s last visit to Aberdeen, with the crowds singing and shout over 100db.

Other crowd pleasers included ‘Club Foot’, ‘You’re in Love with a Psycho’, and ‘Underdog’. 

Undoubtedly, Kasabian will be more than welcome to perform again in the Granite City. 

 

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