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Watch: Kaiser Chiefs – On The Run: Live On Letterman

Written by Kiel Egging on April 13, 2012

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.

The band performed their new single On The Run – which is featured on a re-packaged version of their album The Future Is Medieval that has recently been released in the States.  Interestingly, the album’s been retitled Start The Revolution Without Me for the American market.

On The Run is one of two new tracks on their upcoming best-of record Souvenir – which will be released locally on May 11.

It’s almost a sure thing that we’ll hear On The Run and plenty more of the Kasier’s hits when they come to our shores for the Groovin’ The Moo festival and their own sideshows in a few weeks time.

Watch the video here:

http://youtu.be/nqc-2lmrrng

 

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