Wednesday, March 7 2007
Keyboardist Nick Baines explains the rise from peanuts to festivals.
Tuesday, March 6 2012
If they can’t make a dent in the U.S. market in 2012, the Kaiser Chiefs can’t blame the quality of Start the Revolution Without Me, a collection that manages to overcome the cobbled-together history of the material to become one of the band’s most complete-sounding collections since Employment.
Monday, June 27 2011
From predicting riots to predicting new album models... For a band once built around spry choruses and chugging guitars, this is a costly error indeed.
Tuesday, December 9 2008
The secret of a Kaiser Chiefs performance lies in their inclusiveness and their ability to connect with the crowd.
Tuesday, October 28 2008
Kaiser Chiefs' third full-length finds them polished and preened more than ever before, but still recognisably cartoonish.
Monday, March 26 2007
Unfortunately, the Kaiser Chiefs' second LP is summed up most concisely by one of its own tracks: "Everything Is Average Nowadays". Indeed it is, including the world of mainstream British rock.