They storm it, of course - and there's another dinosaur invasion...

Inflatable animals, breasts and massive crowd sing-a-longs, yes the KAISER CHIEFS have stormed yet another festival with their T IN THE PARK set this afternoon (July 10).

Enhancing their status in rock’s premier league with an assured, loud and riotous NME/Radio1 Stage appearance, the band were on top form, and saw one of the festival’s biggest crowds – rumoured to be around 35,000 – sing every word of their set.

Echoing their Glastonbury appearance, the band were again joined by an inflatable animal from the crowd – this time a more modest lobster rather than a giant green dinosaur – before singer Ricky Wilson then encouraged women in the audience to show him their breasts.


”It’s a rule, probably a law in this country, that when a pretty girl sits on a man’s shoulders at a festival she has to show her tits,” he told the crowd before ’Everyday I Love You Less And Less’, adding “Come on, it’s the law!” as several audience members indulged him.

The band then encouraged a clapping and sing-a-long contest between the left and right halves of their audience as they saw the likes of ’I Predict A Riot’ and ’Oh My God’ drive the crowd wild.

The band played the following set:

‘Na Na Na Na Naa’

‘Saturday Night’

‘Everyday I Love You Less and Less’


‘Born To Be A Dancer’

‘I Predict A Riot’

‘Caroline, Yes’

‘Time Honoured Tradition’

‘Modern Way’

‘Oh My God’

’Take My Temperature’

Speaking to NME.COM singer Wilson explained that after Glastonbury, Oxegen and now T he’s really enjoying the festival season.

“I’m just having a good time, everyone in the crowd was up for it so I don’t want to miss out on that,” he said. “So I’m just having a good time too, entering into the spirit of things. I’m having the best year of my life.”