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Watch: Kaiser Chiefs’ Video For New Single, Little Shocks

Written by Barnaby Smith on May 31, 2011

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 will be on the Splendour in the Grass line up this year as well as playing their own headlining shows in Canberra Melbourne and Sydney.

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