The band play with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and some special guests
[b]Kaiser Chiefs[/b] performed with the [b]BBC Symphony Orchestra[/b] tonight at [b]London[/b]’s [b]Roundhouse[/b] as part of the [b]BBC Electric Proms[/b].
The group also played a cover of [b]Wings[/b]’ [b]”Jet”[/b] as a tribute to [b]Paul McCartney[/b], who had performed at the same venue last night (October 25).
The set also featured a rendition of the band’s number one single, [b]”Ruby”[/b], backed by [b]The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain[/b], and a version of recent single [b]”The Angry Mob”[/b] with a group of master Indian drummers.
The orchestra accompanied the group on about half the tracks, before joining them for the final [b]”Oh My God”[/b] and the encore, a version of [b]”Land Of Hope And Glory”[/b].
Take a look at our blog here for a review of the night’s gig.
Kaiser Chiefs played:[b]
“Love’s Not A Competition (But I’m Winning)”
“Everyday I Love You Less And Less”
“Thank You Very Much”
“I Can Do It Without You”
“Heat Dies Down”
“Everything Is Average Nowadays”
“Na Na Na Na Na”
“Take My Temperature”
“I Predict A Riot”
“The Angry Mob”
“Oh My God”
“Land Of Hope And Glory”[/b]
Pic credit: Live photography