Kaiser Chiefs announce singles collection

Kaiser Chiefs have announced news of two brand new songs and Souvenir: The Singles 2004 - 2012 - a career spanning collection overseeing their singles CV.

The new tracks were written and produced by the band’s Nick Hodgson; ‘Listen To Your Head’ (mixed by Rich Costey) was recorded in the band’s East London studio, Chewdio early in 2012. The second of the new tracks ‘On The Run’ sees the band reunited with Stephen Street (The Smiths, Blur) who oversaw production duties on the band’s multi-million selling debut.

Kaiser Chiefs have also confirmed their biggest tour Stateside which will see them appear on the Main Stage at both Coachella Festivals in California, and returning to The Late Show with David Letterman to perform ‘On The Run’. The tour coincides with the US only LP ‘Start The Revolution Without Me’ in March for the band’s new US label Downtown/Co-Operative, compiling the best cuts from last year’s ‘The Future Is Medieval’ with a handful of unreleased tracks.

Souvenir will be released on 4th June 2012 through Fiction / B-Unique Records and available on CD and digitally through all usual outlets.

Tracklisting:

‘Oh My God’

‘Ruby’

‘I Predict A Riot’

‘Never Miss A Beat’

‘Everything Is Average Nowadays’

‘The Angry Mob’

’Listen To Your Head’

‘Every Day I Love You Less and Less’

‘Little Shocks’

‘Love’s Not A Competition(But I’m Winning)’

’Good Days Bad Days’

‘On The Run’

‘You Can Have It All’

‘Modern Way’

‘Man On Mars’

‘Kinda Girl You Are’

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