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The band headlined the final night of the three-day T in the Park festival in Scotland but the start of their set was marred by low sound levels, reports NME.
The sound for their first three tracks was below normal levels, making it a disappointing start for the Leicester band, who were playing their first headline festival slot ahead of topping the bill at the V Festival next month.
'Fast Fuse,' 'Shoot the Runner' and 'The Underdog' all succumbed to the Gods of poor sound but soon the band were running through their tried and trusted hits like 'Empire,' 'L.S.F' and 'Club Foot' as normal service resumed.
They joined fellow headliners Muse and Eminem over the weekend, whilst acts like Jay-Z, Stereophonics and the Prodigy also played at the festival in Balado.
Headlining Scotland's primary festival will be good practice for Kasabian as they tackle another headlining slot in the near future – this time at the V Festival in August along with Kings of Leon, as previously reported by Spinner. The festival will be held in Chelmsford and Staffordshire on Aug. 21 and 22.