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This saturday - Mar 3 - Kasabian and Belakiss played to Amsterdam's jam-packed Heineken Hall. 
 
Kasabian were fresh back from being crowned NME's 'Best British Band' and this performance proved them apt winners of the accolade. The cavernous arena, set outside the city's historic centre, filled with a sea of expats and Dutch indie-files. 
 
Belakiss opened the evening with a rendition of 'Fall Down' before ripping through a set including singles 'Rise' and 'Run Red' - a track that shot to No. 20 in the Japanese charts. The effect-laden rock of Belakiss perfectly compliments Kasabian. The band's existence has flourished from a background of musical architecture, 'it's in their blood' as you say. The ease with which the three vocals thread mellifluous harmony demonstrates a comfort with music that is learnt over years. 
 
Belakiss draw inspiration from retrospective 60s bands and combine it with modern guitar FX, tipping a hat to bands like BRMC. The four-piece have barely released material in the UK, but be sure to know that when they do you are likely to hear about it. The London band continue on tour with Kasabian and can be caught in a variety of arenas over the globe - you'd be a rodding nutter to miss them.
 
Above and below this article we have the warm-up and performance of a Kasabian/Belakiss collaboration. Kasabian guitarist Jay Mehler joined the Camden troupe for a rendition of Neil Young's seminal 1969 track 'Down By The River'. It was a beautiful moment to conclude an amazing set. Well done one-and-all.
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