Kaiser Chiefs New Single - I Predict A Riot / Sink That Ship Released August 22 nd Through Parlophone
The band of 2005 so far... opening act on this year’s NME tour in January, two Top Ten singles with ‘Oh My God’ and 'Everyday I Love You Less and Less', debut album ‘Employment’ ever present in the Top Ten, also certified double platinum, sold out UK tour, one of the highlights of this year’s Glastonbury whilst being the only British act to feature at the recent Live 8 in Philadelphia and there’s more...
Originally given a somewhat limited release in the Autumn of last year, ‘I Predict A Riot’ has provided the base on which this years success has been built. Last year saw the track pick up plaudits from across the water with plays on the influential Kroq station in L.A. as well as bringing the band to the fore this side of the Atlantic. A live favourite then and even more so now the single is being released as a double AA sided single with a brand new and arguably brilliant track , ‘Sink That Ship’ occupying the prestigious flip side*.
Produced by Stephen Street, ‘I Predict A Riot’ / ‘Sink That Ship’, will be available on 7” , CD1 and CD2 with a yet to be titled extra track through all reputable record emporiums via the small (but increasingly bigger) and perfectly formed B-Unique Recordings.
Meanwhile Kaiser Chiefs take to the road again in the Autumn with their biggest UK shows to date. The band who have just been included in this year’s Nationwide Mercury Award with their debut album ‘Employment’ are pleased to announce the following shows in association with NME, with dates as follows:
15thManchesterApollo 16thManchesterApollo 18thLeeds Town Hall 19thLeedsTown Hall 22ndBirminghamCarling Academy 23rdBirminghamCarling Academy 25thLondonBrixton Academy 26thLondonBrixton Academy 29thGlasgow Carling Academy 30thGlasgow Carling Academy
Fellow Yorkshire types The Cribs will open the proceedings whilst Maximo Park fill the middle spot on all dates. Meanwhile The ‘Chiefs release their double AA single ‘I Predict A Riot’ / ‘Sink That Ship’ on 22nd August...