The 'Fire' band are preparing to release their fourth studio record in September and explained that they are writing it with huge crowds in mind.
"It feels like the right time for big rock tunes. Not harking back, or rehashing anything. Modern. But big pop tunes," guitarist Serge Pizzorno told NME.
"It massively changes things knowing you're going to play tunes to big crowds. When you're stood in front of 60,000 people, those are the tunes you can't wait to play."
Pizzorno continued to describe the band's new track 'Switchblade' as heavy, saying: "You might have some amazing tunes but they're at a weird tempo, and some nights you want the earth to swallow you up. But when you've got songs like 'Switchblade', it's like, wow, any other band, anyone else in the world, has got to move out the way. It's heavy as f**k."
Kasabian will embark on a mini UK tour at the end of this week and have previously stated that they are "absolutely buzzing" to get back on stage.
Watch the music video for 'Fire' by Kasabian below: