“I did it at home in my spare room, just as I always have. Ninety per cent of the recording for me was done in [my home county] Leicester [England]," guitarist Serge Pizzorno told NME magazine on being asked about the upcoming album. The band finished the recording in San Francisco after Pizzorno finished laying the basic tracks.
“We were in a basement in San Francisco pulling it all together - we don't go for big studios, just basements and bedrooms for that homemade feel. So it was smelly, hair all over the place, getting involved, no time for f***ing about," the guitarist added. The “LSF" hitmakers feel that their upcoming album will become a 'classic' in spite of the 'cramped up' recording.
British rockers Kasabian have revealed that they are comfortable recording and working in small studios, so that they are able to give their albums a 'homemade feel'. The group members currently working on their fourth album claimed they recorded their respective parts either in spare rooms at their homes or at small recording studios.