Kaiser Chiefs

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Kaiser Chiefs - Oh My God - Video Streams

Kaiser Chiefs
Oh My God – CD single released 21 st February, Digital single released 28 th February

Employment – album released 7 th March

Twelve months is a long time in a band’s life and the past year has proved an eventfulone for Leeds quintet Kaiser Chiefs.

The band start 2005as opening band on the NME Awards tour alongside The Killers, Futureheads and Bloc Party - past recipients have included Coldplay and Franz Ferdinand.

Click here to watch the video for Oh My God by Kaiser Chiefs.



Kaiser Chiefs release their first single of the year – O My God - on February 21st. Originally recorded as a demo and given a very limited UK release last Spring as the band’s debut single, Oh My God has since become the base on which the Kaiser model has been built. The single notched up a couple of single of the week accolades and paved the way at radio... The follow up arrived in the shape of I Predict A Riot and indeed saw a RIOT at 22 in the chart, as well being play-listed on one of America’s premier stations KROQ at the tail end of November - one of only seven Bristish bands listed at the station last year fact fans!!!!

Meanwhile, the all new improved version of Oh My God with production mastery courtesy of Stephen Street, is a far beefier proposition and gives the track the business end it needed to push the band onwards and is undoubtedly a fantastic albeit brief aural visit

Kaiser Chiefs - Oh My God - Video Streams
Kaiser Chiefs - Oh My God - Video Streams
Kaiser Chiefs - Oh My God - Video Streams

into what the band’s forthcoming album is likely to conjure up! Oh My God is released on B-Unique/Polydor and will be available on limited signed 7" and two CD’s b/w four new tracks across all formats including live favourite Hard Times Send Me.

For more info check out www.kaiserchiefs.co.uk

Forthcoming live dates include:
March
17 th/18 th: SXSW Music Festival, La Zona Rosa, Austin, Texas ( USA)
April
3 rd: Dublin The Village
4 th: Belfast Limelight
5 th: London Royal Albert Hall (with Franz Ferdinand & Graham Coxon)
7 th: Nottingham Rescue Rooms
8 th: Liverpool Carling Academy
9 th: Sheffield Leadmill
11 th: Glasgow Barrowlands
12 th: Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
13 th: Leeds Metropolitan University
15 th: Birmingham Academy
16 th: Manchester Academy
17 th: Newcastle Northumbria University
19 th: Cambridge Junction
20 th: Bristol University
21 st: Cardiff University
22 nd: London Astoria
24 th: Oxford Brookes University
25 th: Brighton Concorde
26 th: Leeds Metropolitan University
28 th: London Astoria



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