Frontman Tom told the Daily Star newspaper: ''He's my brother. When he shows me the music, I realise what a gifted, tall, lanky git he is. We're like glue. Mick and Keith, Noel and Liam, you know? He needs me and I need him.''
The band's new album '48:13' features a song called 'SPS' which hints at past tensions in the group.
Tom explained: '''SPS' is about growing up. We spoke and it's buried, we have moved on.''
The 'Shoot The Runner' hitmakers have survived in the industry for a decade and are more focused on making music they enjoy than featuring in the charts, even though their album is on track for number one.
Tom quipped: ''I don't have to explain myself. If people think it's off the scale, I don't care.''
Kasabian's main songwriter and guitarist Serge was less diplomatic when quizzed about the highlight of his job.
He chimed in: ''I love p**sing people off.''
Pixies kicked off the European leg of their latest tour in the sleepy retirement town of Bexhill-On-Sea.
Kent punk duo Slaves held up their pledge to headline a gig on the Kent coast this weekend when they once again took to the Hall By The Sea stage at...
The batsman is batting for the music industry these days.
He is set to unveil his new album 'Cowboys and Africans'.
'Ginger' is the kind of album that sees Brockhampton coming to terms with what they've been through.
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