NME speak to UK Indie band The Kaiser Chiefs about their new album and more in this interview.

The band made a serious splash in the Indie scene in the mid 2000s, with their album Employment being one of the defining albums of the decade. That LP has just had it’s 15th anniversary and it’s amazing that the Chiefs are still releasing top-quality music all these years later. They talk about how they’ve evolved as a group since then, but also how they still have a lot of nostalgia for the hey-day of Indie Rock in the UK.

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We also get to hear about their recent supporting performance for The Who in Wembley arena. It was the first time that the group had ever performed there and they talk about how amazing it all was. Their new album, Duck, is coming out soon and promises to be one of their most exciting projects yet. Interestingly, the name of the record has attracted some attention, as people have tried to work out whether it has some cryptic meaning. But the group say that they just picked something totally random, as they’ve always had a hard time picking names for albums.

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