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Kaiser Chiefs

About Kaiser Chiefs

Kaiser Chiefs emerged in the mid-2000s as one of the major players in the Post-Punk Revival movement. After a slight false start with their first album, 22 (released under the name “Parva”), the band achieved considerable commercial success with their first two major-label studio albums, Employment (2005) and Yours Truly, Angry Mob (2007). The latter also spawned the single, “Ruby”, which scored the band their first UK #1 in 2007. The group gained recognition for their Britpop and Punk-influenced sound, which made them stand out among their contemporaries.

Their next album, Off With Their Heads, was also a commercial hit, but 2011’s The Future is Medieval, was less successful, and the band only returned to the limelight three years later, following the departure of drummer Nick Hodgson and Ricky Wilson’s appearance as a judge on The Voice UK, when Education, Education, Education & War became their second album to top the UK charts.

After this, the band stepped away from their trademark punk sound and moved into a more commercial, poppy direction with 2016’s Stay Together.