Kaiser Chiefs

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Kaiser Chiefs

Kaiser Chiefs at a launch for the Jaguar XE in London on 8 September 2014
Background information
Origin Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Genres Indie rock, power pop, Britpop, post-punk revival, new wave
Years active 2000 – present
Labels MCA Music, Inc., B-Unique, Polydor, Drowned in Sound, Liberator, Caroline International
Website Official website
Ricky Wilson
Andrew White
Simon Rix
Nick Baines
Vijay Mistry

Kaiser Chiefs is an alternative rock band from Leeds, England. They were active as Parva from 2000 to 2003, then changed their name to Kaiser Chiefs in 2003.

Their name come from the name of the Kaizer Chiefs association football club in South Africa.[1]

Kaiser Chiefs' first album Employment was released in 2005. It was very successful.

Discography[change | change source]

Year Album
2005 Employment
2007 Yours Truly, Angry Mob
2008 Off with Their Heads
2011 The Future Is Medieval
2014 Education, Education, Education & War

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