Last week saw Kasabian release their fifth studio album '48:13'. Yes, their fifth album. Believe it or not (you should, it's a fact), breakout single 'Club Foot' was released over ten years ago.
The lead single from the new album is the peculiarly titled 'eez-eh'.
Eez-eh... Easy? Well, it probably was, wasn't it, Kasabian?
Below is a quick formula for just how (I am inclined to believe) Kasabian wrote 'eez-eh'.
Take unsuspecting Chemical Brothers club anthem 'Do It Again'.
Take geek-electro mob Hot Chip's better known single 'Over and Over'.
Interestingly, both steps so far have affiliations with EMI, but let's not get bogged down in details.
Divide step 1 by step 2.
A strangely familiar sounding 'eez-eh' as performed by Kasabian. (This we can definitely vouch for; not so sure about everything else.)
Feast your eyes and ears on the following:
So there we have it. If only A-Level maths had been that eez-eh.