Having recently completed a stadium tour in South America with the Muse, the KAISER CHIEFS announce new live dates for the summer of 2020 that are part of the long-awaited tour of the band.
Earlier this year, the KAISER CHIEFS released their seventh studio album, Duck. NME called the band “casually confident”, the Telegraph praised the album “An album as strong as they already did”, while Dork magazine stated, “It is an album that is ready to be big or come home”. The Evening Standard called Duck “the turbulent seventh album [that] keeps the party going”, adding “this party will continue for quite a while yet”.
It is a record that goes back to the daily explorations of their first innovative albums.
We wanted to do something that had the Kaiser Chiefs’ DNA, but still try to do something different. It has the right spirit.Simon Rix, bassist
After fifteen years of career, the band, consisting of Andrew “Whitey” White (guitar), Peanut (keyboards) and Vijay Mistry (drums), is reaching new artistic peaks. “It’s more exciting than ever,” says Wilson. “Every time there is a big hurdle, it is blown away like a dandelion. We are still running out of arenas, but under the radar. We can make albums forever.”