As new album approaches...

British guitar music can often paint a terribly polite landscape.

Often, it can seem like each new vanilla-flavoured group only makes music for themselves, and if anyone else likes it then it's a bonus.

Thankfully for news editors across the land, Kasabian stand out. Working on their new album, the band posted a short clip online a few moments ago.

Showcasing a snippet of new music, it's a glimpse into their working process.

Let's not forget: Kasabian aim to be the only band to tackle the horsemeat scandal which dogged supermarkets last year. Speaking to NME, singer Tom Meighan revealed that new song 'Ezz-Ehh' contains the (already much discussed) lyrics:

"Horsemeat in the burgers, people commit murders, everyone’s on bugle, we’re being watched by Google".

Kasabian are set to release their new album later this year.

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