Kaiser Chiefs

Never Miss A Beat

Kaiser Chiefs
The Kaisers’ keen eye for social commentary always throws up a couple of truisms. Unfortunately, they tend to be truisms along the lines of ‘the grass is green’: you can’t fault them factually, but they’ve got the depth and thought of a puddle. We presume this song is about the dumbing down of modern society. ‘Never Miss A Beat’ is sadly symptomatic of it.

Barry Nicolson
5 / 10

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