British rockers Kasabian had a helping hand while working on tracks for their new album as guitarist Serge Pizzorno's three-year-old son named one of the songs.

The Fire hitmakers are preparing to release their fifth record later this year (14), and Pizzorno has told how he used little Ennio as a sounding board during recording sessions.

The child even named one song after the bee-like buzzing noise he heard in the background, and Pizzorno is delighted his son is already showing a keen interest in music.

The rocker tells Q magazine, "He's got a real strong opinion. If any cheesy s**t comes on he's instantly like, 'This is rubbish, turn it off.' He's massively into our stuff. He's named a song on the new album, Bumblebee. There's this buzzing sound on it and he was asking me about it all day long: 'Put busy bee on, put busy bee on.' I thought, 'I'll have that.' I changed it a bit, Busy Bee's not quite as cool as Bumblebee."