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Kaiser Chiefs review: ‘Crowd was completely under their spell of showmanship’

PUBLISHED: 22:34 27 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:49 29 May 2018

Headliners Kaiser Chiefs perform at Sunday Sessions in Earlham Park, in Norwich. Picture: Danielle Booden

Headliners Kaiser Chiefs perform at Sunday Sessions in Earlham Park, in Norwich. Picture: Danielle Booden

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Kaiser Chiefs closed a fantastic weekend of live music at Norwich’s Earlham Park. T

They kicked off their energetic set with the massive hit Everyday I Love You Less and Less from their 2005 hit album Employment.

The indie rock band, fronted by lead vocalist Ricky Wilson, headlined the main stage at Sunday Sessions with their distinctive mix of indie and classic Brit-pop.

Headliners Kaiser Chiefs perform at Sunday Sessions in Earlham Park, in Norwich. Picture: Danielle BoodenHeadliners Kaiser Chiefs perform at Sunday Sessions in Earlham Park, in Norwich. Picture: Danielle Booden

The band’s decade of experience shone throughout their performance and the crowd was completely under the Kasier Chiefs spell of showmanship.

It’s great to see how much the band still enjoys playing to a live audience and they put everything into their set which included nostalgic and modern hits Modern Way, Ruby, Hole in My Soul and I Predict a Riot.

Kaiser Chiefs are currently recording their seventh studio album and after today’s timeless set I cannot wait to see what the future holds for the band.


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