Kasabian will celebrate the anniversary of their self-titled debut album by playing it in full on Friday at the iTunes Festival (05/09/14).
Kasabian will perform their debut album in full at the iTunes Festival on Friday (05/09/14).
Festival organisers have announced that the Glastonbury headliners - who formed in 1997 - will perform their self-titled debut album in full on Friday at London's Roundhouse to celebrate the record's tenth anniversary.
They tweeted: ''@KasabianHQ will play its debut album in full at #itunesfestival 5 September. (sic)''
The concert at the iconic venue in Camden will commemorate the album - which was released on September 6 2004 - and featured their hit singles 'Cut Off' and 'L.S.F.'.
Meanwhile, the rockers released their fifth studio album '48:13' in June this year, which was their fourth consecutive album to reach the top spot in the UK album charts.
Kasabian also recently announced that they will play a huge 17-date arena tour across the UK later this year.
The iTunes Festival kicked off last night (01/09/14) with a performance from deadmau5. Acts including Calvin Harris, Pharrell Williams and Kylie Minogue will all take to the stage throughout September to perform free shows as part of the month-long festival.
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