Once in a Lifetime Sessions with Kasabian (2018)

  • Documentary, Music
  • 1h 30m

‘This film contains flickering or flashing lights that may affect those with photosensitive epilepsy.’

In Once In A Lifetime Sessions with Kasabian, the serial-festival headlining, multi-award winning band discuss their incredible success and how they’ve managed to achieve an astonishing five consecutive #1 albums in the UK. From their early days at school to a career-changing moment at Glastonbury, Kasabian reflect on their desire to bring people together with their music and their meteoric rise to becoming one of Europe’s best loved bands. In a truly electrifying gig, filmed at The Mill studios in London, Kasabian confirm their reputation for being one of the best live acts in the world, performing a set list featuring some of their biggest hits, Club Foot, L.S.F, Empire, I.D, Fire, Eez-eh, as well as new tracks Ill Ray (The King) and Bless this Acid House

Director

Matt Askem

Language

English

Available Captions

English

Country

United States

Studio

NBC Universal