Dave Grohl delivers one hell of a pep talk and the latest in the firing line are UK indie rock act Kaiser Chiefs. The UK rockers have been playing a video of one such pep talk from the Foos frontman, during each of their current UK shows, allowing the audience to watch Grohl call the
UK indie mainstays the Kaiser Chiefs recently unveiled their fifth full-length effort, Education, Education, Education & War, which follows a somewhat tumultuous period in the band, sparked by the departure of drummer Nick Hodgson. We recently caught up with bass player Simon Rix. “This is an album that we worked really hard on. We think
UK indie-pop professionals Kaiser Chiefs have released the first taste of their upcoming fifth studio album, Education, Education, Education & War, the follow-up to 2011’s The Future Is Medieval. The new single is titled Misery Company and was introduced to fans during the band’s 2013 tour. The new ten-track LP was written between London, Los
UK indie-pop darlings Kaiser Chiefs have announced plans to unleash their fifth studio album on Friday, 28th March 2014 via Liberator Music. The new album is titled Education, Education, Education & War and is the follow-up to the group’s 2011 release, The Future Is Medieval. The band wrote the ten-track record between London, Los Angeles
One of the UK’s biggest bands from the 2000s, Kaiser Chiefs, have entered a bit of rough water overnight with the band’s drummer, Nick Hodgson, departing the band after fifteen years of loyal service. During his time, Nick has been an essential part of both the band’s lineup and their songwriting (co-writing all of the
Fresh from headlining Groovin’ The Moo and releasing their best-of Souvenir last month, Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson has told NME the band have loosely begun work on their fifth album.
Shuddering strobes lit the walls of the iconic Palace Theatre on Wednesday night, as Kaiser Chiefs jolted onto stage. This blistering entrance was an accurate indication of all that would follow: an engaging, high-energy performance that enthralled the audience from start to finish. Melbourne-based Loon Lake had earlier kick-started proceedings with their feel-good indie-pop gems,
Much loved UK indie-rockers Kaiser Chiefs flew the flag for their friends in Leeds last night when they appeared on David Letterman’s Late Show.
UK Rockers Kaiser Chiefs have announced that they will be releasing a 16-track compilation album
Kaiser Chiefs have announced some Australian and New Zealand tour dates on the back of their appearance on the Groovin The Moo 2012 lineup, they’ll be joined by Deep Sea Arcade and Loon Lake. Since their visit to Splendour in the Grass last year, Kaiser Chiefs have released a brand new single, On The Run,
It’s that time of year again. Yes, the folks who reside in inland Australia have watched in envy as the capital cities get to embrace summer with absolute envy, however now the tables have turned as the ever amazing Groovin’ The Moo 2012 line-up is announced. Consisting of some of Australia’s best acts currently, alongside
Longtime David Bowie producer and general music industry big-cheese Tony Visconti has strongly denied the claim by the Kaiser Chiefs that they rejected Bowie’s help for some lyrics on the their new album The Future Is Medieval. As previously reported, drummer Nick Hodgson told the News of the World that the Chiefs approached Bowie through
The new has emerged that Leeds pop band Kaiser Chiefs rejected the services of none other than David Bowie when trying to finish off some lyrics for a song on their new fan-compiled album, The Future Is Medieval. Drummer Nick Hodgson in an interview with the News of the World (via NME) revealed that the
English indie rock rascals Kaiser Chiefs will be doing a brief Australian tour as sideshows for Splendour in the Grass 2011. Having Released their last album Off With Their Heads back in 2008, the band have now just released a new single called Little Shockers. The new track sees the Chiefs return in style and
The Kaiser Chiefs have released Little Shocks, their new single, online. Have a look at the video below. The song marks the first track from the Leeds band’s forthcoming fourth album which as NME report, they spent the last year or so recording. They hope to get the record out this (European) summer. Kaiser Chiefs
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