Kaiser Chiefs

Named after a South African football team (Kaizer Chiefs F.C.), the indie rock band Kaiser Chiefs was established in UK in 2013. Primarily inspired by new wave and punk rock music of the late 1970s and 1980s, the band have released seven albums, one EP, one compilation album and numerous singles, including the number one hit song "Ruby". Their debut album, „Employment'' (2005), was awarded 3 Brit Awards (including one for the „Best British Group”) an NME award for the „Best Album” category and was sold in over 3 million pieces. Being greeted with enthusiasm by both critics and fans, the album was described as „thrilling from beginning to end” and „quintessentially British, without pretension and most importantly, a whole lot of fun” and reached number two on the UK albums chart being certified five times platinum. Since its establishment, the band has been continuously exploring new musical horizons and paths of forms of artistic expression. From indie rock, Kaiser Chiefs, passed to electro-pop, „Parachute” being the song which marked this passage, followed by „Stay Together”. Since their start, the band brought to life over 30 singles, among which the well-known hit „Ruby” (2007) and went on the stage of some of the largest stadium concerts and international music festivals, like: Hurricane Festival, Southside Festival, Rock Werchter, Pinkpop Festival or Terres Rouges Festival just to name a few of them.