Oh my God we can't believe it
OH my god, I can't believe it. The Kaiser Chiefs are gearing up for a performance in Cheltenham.
The award-winning band from Leeds will perform at The Centaur at Cheltenham Racecourse next Thursday.
Expect all their indie-pop hits including I Predict A Riot, Ruby and Oh My God to keep your feet stomping all night.
Hordes of people are expected to turn out for the show for one of the biggest bands in the UK.
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Members include Simon Rix, lead singer Ricky Wilson, Nick Hodgson, Nick Baines and Andrew White.
And as dedicated Leeds United fans, it was fitting that the band would name themselves after the former South African club of their popular captain.
Thus, Kaiser Chiefs were born. And their impact on their musical world was almost immediate.
Their 2005 debut album, Employment, rose up the album charts with hits including Modern Way and Everyday I Love You Less and Less.
Gaining critical acclaim they embarked on worldwide tours with the likes of Green Day, Foo Fighters and U2, cementing their reputation as a phenomenal live act.
Two sold-out shows at London's Earls Court Arena followed in 2007 and an historic hometown gig took place at Leeds United's Elland Road stadium a year later.
The band have sold over six million albums and have received numerous awards including three Brits and an Ivor Novello.
To date they have penned four studio albums, including their most recent album, The Future Is Medieval, with the band tipping their hats to David Bowie and a nod – surprisingly – to Pink Floyd.
The band are joined by This Many Boyfriends and Zulu Winter for the gig which starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £25. Call 08448 110051.
Working late and are gutted to be missing out on the gig? Fret not.
You can catch two members of the band at Cheltenham's Subtone the same evening.
Fresh from their racecourse gig, keyboard maestro 'Peanut' and bass master Simon Rix will spin the decks with a set of indie and electro tunes.
The venue is open from 9pm to 4am. Entry will cost you from £3. You will not want to miss out.