Kaiser Chiefs Releasing ‘Start The Revolution Without Me’ March 6th

Kaiser Chiefs 'Start The Revolution Without Me'

Kaiser Chiefs are set to release their latest album ‘Start The Revolution Without Me’ in North America on March 6th. The disc contains several songs from their latest UK release ‘The Future Is Medieval’ with several new songs. The full track listing for ‘Start the Revolution Without Me’ is as follows:

1. Little Shocks
2. On The Run
3. Heard It Break
4. Kinda Girl You Are
5. Starts With Nothing
6. When All Is Quiet
7. Cousin In The Bronx
8. Things Change
9. Man On Mars
10. Problem Solved
11. Can’t Mind My Own Business
12. Child of the Jago
13. If You Will Have Me

In support of the album, the band has announced tour dates kicking off on the album release date in Boston, continuing with stops that include New York City, Atlanta and Seattle before wrapping up April 21st in Indio, California. Check out the complete list of North American tour dates below.

U.S. Tour Dates:
March 6 Boston, MA @ House Of Blues
March 8 New York, NY @ Terminal 5
March 9 Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
March 10 Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
March 12 Dallas, TX @ House Of Blues
March 14 Houston, TX @ House Of Blues
March 20 San Francisco, CA @ Fillmore
March 22 Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
March 23 Seattle, WA @ Showbox Theatre
March 24 Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
April 14 Indio, CA @ Empire Polo Club
April 16 Toronto, ONT @ Phoenix Theatre
April 19 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
April 21 Indio, CA @ Empire Polo Club

Kaiser Chiefs Enjoyed Time Off, Having A Better Time On

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Ricky Wilson couldn’t resist jumping into a Kaiser Chiefs interview with ITN at Hard Rock Calling, despite vowing to sit it out to rest his voice. “It’s amazing, we’ve had a great time off, and now we’re having a better time on,” Ricky said about the band’s return to touring. As for the new album ‘The Future Is Medieval’, he added, “I’m totally excited. We leaked it ourselves and people are paying us for leaking it.” Watch the interview via YouTube below.

Backstage At Pinkpop With Kaiser Chiefs

Studio Brussel caught up with Kaiser Chiefs at the Pinkpop Festival in Landgraaf, Netherlands on Monday (June 13). The guys talked about the personalization of their new album ‘The Future Is Medieval’, their opinion of the freeloaders watching the event up in the hills, how Pinkpop compares to the other European festivals, how 2005 Glastonbury was their favorite festival gig, and words for the people of Belgium. The interview video at stubru.be has since been removed.

Kaiser Chiefs Backstage At Reading Festival 2009

Absolute Radio’s Simon Mundie caught up with Ricky Wilson and Nick Baines of Kaiser Chiefs backstage at Reading Festival 2009 over the weekend. They discussed the whereabouts of the rest of the band, not remembering much at university, what they had planned after doing their set, how their music does in America, their interactions with late night talk show hosts, Ian Wright’s hat and Ricky’s ambitions of winning gold at the Olympics in 2012 – competing in Kiss Chase. Watch the interview via YouTube below.

Ricky Wilson & Nick Baines Backstage At Leeds Festival 2009

Ricky Wilson and Nick Baines from Kaiser Chiefs talk to NME ahead of their set at Leeds Festival 2009 last weekend. They talked about wrapping up their tour, having a one-hour set, always being pressured making albums, and perhaps going with a double album this go around. Watch the brief interview via YouTube below.

Strip Club Warns Kaiser Chiefs To Keep Their Hands Off

Kaiser Chiefs

The Mirror reports that Kaiser Chiefs landed themselves into some trouble with security at Secrets in London after the Ricky Wilson and two bandmates got overly friendly with the club’s strippers. “Ricky and the lads were having the time of their lives. They were like kids in a candy shop and seemed like they wanted to pull some of the girls,” an onlooker told the British tabloid. “They were mesmerized by how hot the dancers were and found it very difficult to keep their hands to themselves. Before things went too far, security waded in to read them the riot act.”

Kaiser Chiefs ‘You Want History’ Video

Kaiser Chiefs are out with the video to their new single ‘You Want History’, the third release off the British indie rock group’s third album ‘Off with Their Heads’, out now on Universal Records. Watch it below.

On TV: Def Leppard, Kaiser Chiefs, The Sounds

Def Leppard

Rock acts on television this week include:

The Flaming Lips, who visit ‘Steven’s Untitled Rock Show’ (Fuse) on Monday.

‘CMT Crossroads: Def Leppard and Taylor Swift’, which premieres Monday at 11pm ET/PT on CMT.

Kaiser Chiefs, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ (NBC) on Tuesday.

Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes, who performs on ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ (NBC) on Tuesday.

The Sounds, who perform on ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ (NBC) on Tuesday.

Low vs. Diamond, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ (ABC) on Tuesday.

Beck, who performs on ‘The Tonight Show’ (NBC) on Wednesday.

David Cook, who visits ‘Total Request Live’ (MTV) on Wednesday and ‘The Tonight Show’ (NBC) on Friday.

Cold War Kids, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ (CBS) on Thursday.

The All-American Rejects, who visit ‘TRL’ (MTV) on Thursday.

Senses Fail, who visit ‘The Daily Habit’ (Fuel) on Thursday.

The Answer, who perform on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ (CBS) on Friday.

Ray Davies of The Kinks, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show’ (CBS) on Friday.

The Gaslight Anthem, who visit ‘The Daily Habit’ (Fuel) on Friday.

Kaiser Chiefs Surprise Fans With Quick Album Release

Kaiser Chiefs

Kaiser Chiefs guitarist Andrew White spoke with Australia’s Beat magazine about throwing their fans a curveball with the release of their third album ‘Off With Their Heads’, coming less than two years after the release of their sophomore album ‘Yours Truly, Angry Mob’. “It was meant to be our year off,” White said, “and it was meant to be a surprise album, or rather a ‘let’s not talk about it for six months before we do it so by the time it actually does come out people are kind of bored with it’, and make it unexpected, so hopefully that is what we have done. People were not expecting an album from us this year and we have managed to squeeze one out.”

The full interview at beat.com.au has since been removed.

Kaiser Chiefs ‘Never Miss A Beat’ Video Making Of

Kaiser Chiefs

Footage shot on the location of the Kaiser Chiefs new video for ‘Never Miss A Beat’ has been posted at the British indie rock group’s YouTube channel. The clip features frontman Ricky Wilson playing the role of a news reporter and policeman, and drummer Nick Hodgson sporting a dress. Watch it below the cut. (more…)

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