Posted by sean on March 17, 2005 at 4:31 pm in Geek Stuff with No Comments

I’ve been listening to a really great band lately – The Kaiser Chiefs. They have recently released an album entitled Employment, you may have heard one song of theirs on the radio or television already – “Oh My God”.

The band have only recently formed (summer 2003 in fact), but you could be forgiven if you thought they were far more experienced, after all they have already been asked to play at the Reading and Leeds Festivals this summer.

Their music is a blend of rock and indie, the best band to compare them to is Franz Ferdinand, another band who have received recent success.

The band have named themselves after one of the biggest football teams in South America. They are not fans of that team though; they actually support Leeds United (good taste as well as good musicians!). The Kaiser Chiefs are the team Leeds United legend Lucas Radabe started his career.

If you don’t like football or Leeds United, don’t be discouraged by this, they don’t sing about football (although they are planning on releasing a song for Leeds United!), in fact apart from the bands name there are no other connections to the sport.

I highly recommend this album, go and buy it … now!

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