The Ordinary Boys' frontman Preston tells NME.COM the tour has been "incredible"...
The Ordinary Boys and THE KAISER CHIEFS finished their UK tour last night as firm friends.
The rising Leeds punk-poppers were supporting Preston and the boys on a tour which would up last night (October 21) at Manchester Academy 2.
The Ordinary Boys singer Preston told NME.COM: “It’s been our best tour of the UK so far. The crowds have been incredible and having the Kaisers along has made it even better. They’re always in a good mood and lift spirits when they need lifting.
“The whole band want to say a big thank you to everyone who came along to see us and sing along. We can’t wait to get back on the road next year and play people the new songs we are working on at the moment.”
The Ordinary Boys will now fly to Japan for a sold out tour which takes in two Tokyo shows before heading into the studio to record new material with Stephen Street. They plan to release a single from the sessions in February 2005.
The Kaiser Chiefs release their first full-scale single ‘I Predict A Riot’ on November 1.