Kaiser Chiefs to play huge hometown show in Leeds

Band follow release of fan-compiled album by announcing homecoming gig in September

Kaiser Chiefs have announced that they will play a homecoming show in their native Leeds this September.

The band, who released their fourth studio album ‘The Future Is Medieval’ earlier today, are set to perform at Leeds Kirkstall Abbey on September 10.

Kaiser Chiefs will also play two intimate shows at Falmouth Princes Pavillion on June 7 and June 8, as well as a headline show at London‘s Electric Ballroom on June 16. They have also confirmed slots at Glastonbury, V Festival and the Isle Of Wight Festival.

Earlier today, the band surprised fans by releasing fourth studio album ‘The Future Is Medieval’ on their website.

Listeners can pay £7.50 to download the record and then can create their own version of the LP by choosing their own tracklisting and artwork. They will also earn £1 each time their version is purchased by another person.

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