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Kaiser Chiefs have released a new animated clip for their track ‘People Know How To Love One Another’

It’s the latest cut from 'Duck'.
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Published: 8:52 am, July 17, 2019
Kaiser Chiefs have released a new animated clip for their track ‘People Know How To Love One Another’

Kaiser Chiefs have released a new animated clip for their track ‘People Know How To Love One Another’.

It’s the latest cut from the band’s upcoming new album ‘Duck’, due for release on 26th July and supported by a handful of summer shows, and a massive UK tour in January.

Catch the band live:

AUGUST
16 LONDON Garage
17 INVERNESS Northern Meeting Park
18 LEICESTER De Montfort Hall

JANUARY
17 NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
18 BRIDLINGTON SPa
20 HULL Bonus Arena
21 HULL Bonus Arena
22 EDINBURGH Usher Hall
24 BLACKPOOL Empress Ballroom
25 BIRMINGHAM Arena Birmingham
27 PLYMOUTH Pavilions
28 BOURNEMOUTH BIC
30 BRIGHTON Centre
31 CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena

FEBRUARY
01 LONDON O2

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