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Kings of Leon: Putting drugs in the past, turning down 'Glee'

Kings of Leon's fifth record drops on Tuesday, and the four brothers Followill who make up the band aren't the same hellions they used to be. In fact, they're looking forward to fatherhood. Caleb, who is building a house in Nashville, tells Rolling Stone that he is "building pretty much my whole kitchen around Daddy-and-kids time. I'm gonna have a big outdoor pizza oven. And Nathan predicts that
Matthew and Caleb Followill of Kings of Leon perform on TODAY in July, 2009.
Matthew and Caleb Followill of Kings of Leon perform on TODAY in July, 2009.Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images file

Kings of Leon's fifth record drops on Tuesday, and the four brothers Followill who make up the band aren't the same hellions they used to be. In fact, they're looking forward to fatherhood. Caleb, who is building a house in Nashville, tells Rolling Stone that he is "building pretty much my whole kitchen around Daddy-and-kids time. I'm gonna have a big outdoor pizza oven. And Nathan predicts that once one brother has a baby, the rest will follow. "We went through our crazy drug phase," said Nathan. "But I don't think we'd be here if we kept up that lifestyle." The Followill brothers (who also include Jared and Matthew) also learned a little something about overexposure after their fifth album "Come Around Sundown" sold 6.5 million copies -- there can be too much of a good thing. They turned down an offer from "Glee," according to Rolling Stone, and they know that their fan base can turn on them. "We feel really blessed and really popular," Jared said. "But now it's like people are looking for any reason to hate us. And I think that's partly because people had to hear 'Sex on Fire' and 'Use Somebody' 8,000 times a day. That would make anybody hate anything."