The crowd were in buoyant mood as Kasabian’s Liverpool leg of their tour commenced, but not before the very talented musician Miles Kane gave the Liverpool faithful something even more to shout about.
No wonder this young man is tipped for even more success in the future it was great how they were so receptive to this local boy who took his chance with both hands and you can tell he is really enjoying his time with Kasabian.
I think we will have to wait for a while till the collaboration of Miles Kane and Alex Turner happens again as Miles’ plans are coming to pass at the moment and should not be stifled.
The main track that always gets me going when I watch Miles Kane is ‘My Fantasy,’ as it starts like a ballad, but there is so much more to it as it drifts seamlessly from a modern sound to a breath of the sixties tradition and I have always been enticed by that era.
It will not be long till Kane headlines venues like this in the future if he continues in the same vein; he has a really exciting future.
If you thought that was too much for the amassing hoard then you would be mistaken the numbers grew as people in the seated areas could not control themselves as they tried to make their way to the front of the stage.
The anticipation was bounding from floor to roof and as Kasabian took to the stage the happy maniacs showed there appreciation by bouncing and griping, grappling at the person next to them humbly awaiting the gifts from their masters on stage.
This was the fifth time I had seen Kasabian, but each time I am impressed, their visuals are great as they are fresh as well as original, there is always so much energy on stage, which can not be overlooked.
These musicians really know how to put on a show that people talk about no wonder one of their tracks is going to be used for the WWE in America, which is a global oddity in itself. For me this is a huge nod to what they are doing and long may it continue.
Each track Kasabian seem to play seems to be an anthem so the crowd go crazy with each on, like a puppet master the band pull the strings that make the people bend and wind to their will especially tracks like ‘Clubfoot,’ ‘Underdog’ and ‘Velociraptor’ to name a few of my favourites.
Kasabian are in my opinion one of the best live bands I have had the privilege to see in my life time so far, in the fact they always deliver and this gig was no exception as they fulfilled to the crowds need for a pay off and after toying with the crowd gave them ‘Fire.’
This track made the venue erupt with excitement as this track emancipated the musically infected crowd great band, great night thank Liverpool.