Kasabian‘s Tom Meighan has acknowledged he’s engaged on recent solo topic topic for the interval of the coronavirus lockdown.
The frontman suggested Sky Files that he’s been writing his have music for years, but has been ready to condominium it extra while stuck at house.
It comes after his band-mate Serge Pizzorno stepped out on his have closing one year, releasing his first solo yarn as The SLP.
“I’m writing hundreds of music at the minute,” he acknowledged. “We’ll perceive what occurs. I’ve acquired about a cookies within the jar… and they’re no longer defective, you realize.
“It’s very autobiographical, fancy the story of my existence. It’s form of… heartbreaking. Well, no longer heartbreaking, correct to the core, you realize. Very precise.”
No topic solo efforts from him and Pizzorno, Meighan insists that a prick up isn’t on the horizon.
“When Sergio did his thing closing one year, all americans used to be fancy, ‘how attain you are feeling about it?’ I fancy it! Why wouldn’t I? His music used to be impossible,” he acknowledged.
“He’s doing his thing, I’m doing mine but Kasabian areTo silent trusty. You already know, it’s correct a defective time within the imply time, for rock ‘n’ roll. For human beings in frequent.”
In April, Meighan paid tribute to the NHS with a pair of acoustic covers.
He achieved covers of John Lennon‘s ‘Keep in mind’ and ‘Daydream Believer’, made notorious by The Monkees, in his garden while practising social distancing with a guitarist he refers to as Gregg.
The next day, he’ll also take fraction in an online Q&A with DJ and veteran Inspiral Carpets keyboardist Clint Boon.
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