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Download the Kaiser Chiefs World Cafe session via NoiseTrade

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UK rockers Kaiser Chiefs were recently on World Cafe, performing several songs from their recent album, Education, Education, Education & War, as well as a version of “I Predict A Riot.” You can listen to full interview and performance as it was broadcast on World Cafe with David Dye here. Below, download all the performances from the session from NoiseTrade. The NoiseTrade EP features one additional song, “Misery Company,” not featured in the original broadcast session.

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Download a free new music sampler with music from Old 97’s, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Old Crow Medicine Show and more


#XPNFest artists Old 97’s, Hurray for The Riff Raff, J. Roddy Walston & The Business, and Rodrigo y Gabriela are four of the artists whose new singles are available to download for free on a 15 song ATO Records Spring Sampler. Other artists on the collection include Built To Spill, Old Crow Medicine Show, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Kaiser Chiefs, Midlake, Benjamin Booker, Midlake and more. The Old 97’s are represented with “Longer Than You’ve Been Alive,” from their new album Most Messed Up. Below, download the sampler. Get tickets for the XPoNential Music Festival here.

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Revisit the aughties in a download of “I Predict A Riot” from Kaiser Chiefs’ World Cafe session

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Kaiser Chiefs were recently on World Cafe with David Dye. During their session, that you can listen to here, they performed songs from their recently released album Education, Education, Education and War, as well as “I Predict A Riot” from their 2005 debut, Employment. Download it below.

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Download the new Kaiser Chiefs song, “Coming Home”

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Photo courtesy of artist.

Leeds indie rockers Kaiser Chiefs release their new album, Education, Education, Education & War today. The album’s title was inspired by former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair’s 2005 speech on the power of education in which he said: “Education, education, education, then and now the key to the door of Britain’s future success.” Education is the band’s first new album since 2011’s The Future Is Medieval, released in the States under a different title, Start The Revolution Without Me. It’s also the band’s first album with a new drummer, Vijay Mistry, since original drummer Nick Hodgson left the band in 2012.

Below, download “Coming Home” from the new album. It’s showcases a more pop leaning side to the Kaiser Chiefs, with a big, swelling, anthemic chorus.

The band will be playing the Firefly Music Festival in Delaware in June.

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