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.''
The actor had an important goal after Paul Walker's death.
Trump's unexpected presidential election victory has caused U2 to re-think a number of their songs for their upcoming 14th album, they say.