24 September 2011
Kasabian lead singer Tom Meighan has been shooting his mouth off again, this time about their latest gig supporting Irish supergroup U2, labelling the gigs "horrible" and the "worst ever".
The British rockers were lucky enough to be asked by the group to open a number of their shows as a part of the '360' tour, but Meighan has now revealed he regrets taking the gigs.
He told News.com.au, "I didn't take in anything supporting them, them gigs (sic) were horrible. Worst ever. U2 fans are cardboard cut-outs. Can you imagine supporting U2?"
The ungrateful singer went on to insult U2's fans, saying, "Their fans are probably into one band and one album - Joshua Tree. I didn't learn anything 'cos that's just a f**king different level. It was amazing to watch and meet them, but I didn't learn anything apart from just get the f**k out."
The experience was such a negative one for the singer, he is now adamant that Kasabian will never act as a support band again.
In the same interview he groaned, "I hate supporting bands, we're not a support band. So that's never gonna happen again."
What do you think? Is Meighan being ungrateful or does he have a point?