Serge Kasabian won't be a rock star dad who's off his conkers all the time
Tonight’s guest on the podcast is Serge Pizzorno from Kasabian.
You’ll probably have a strong opinion about his band, a lot of people do. But while they take a their first break in about 15 years Serge has kept working, and recently released his debut solo album – both the name and title of which is The SLP. Little Simz and slowthai are on it.
Back in July I met up with Serge to hear his thoughts on the perception of his band, the quality of British service stations and why he thinks Kasabian and Radiohead have plenty in common. He was just back from Glastonbury, a festival, he says, he would very much like to headline again.
Listen below, or via your favourite podcast app.
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