Serge Pizzorno wants his solo gigs to feel "like a David Lynch film".

Serge Pizzorno

Serge Pizzorno

The Kasabian guitarist is planning some shows in support of his upcoming solo album 'The S.L.P.' but doesn't want them to look or feel like a typical concert, though he's not sure yet how to execute his plans.

He said: "I want people to feel on edge, that at any point I could be stood next to them in the crowd and they won't realise.

"There'll be live musicians, but they'll be dotted around.

"It just won't look like a gig. I mean, this is all in my head so we'll see how it all turns out.

"But I want it to feel like Sin City and I want it to feel like a David Lynch film.

"[I'll have] no guitar. It's David Byrne, Prince, Bowie ... I'm going Mr. Entertainment."

While Serge is scared of the prospect of playing a gig on his own, he's also very excited.

He admitted: "Oh I'm s***ting it a bit but in the way in which you do before you go on Nemesis, you know what I mean? I'm in the queue and I can't wait.

"But there's part of me going, 'Mate, just keep the car running just in case.' "

And the rocker would rather take a "risk" than do something simple.

He added in an interview with Q magazine: "But that's the thing; dialling it in, just becoming a rock band bores the s**t out of me. The boredom frightens me more than the risk.

"People who put themselves out there for their art, they're the people I'm interested in, they're the people I love.

"Sometimes they get it right, sometimes they don't. But you've got to be in the game.

"I don't want to be on the sidelines, watching. I want to be in there."