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July, 30

Kaiser Chiefs cover The Who

 
 
 
 
Kaiser Chiefs cover The Who

Kaiser Chiefs covered 'Pinball Wizard' during an intimate gig in London.

The 'I Predict A Riot' hitmakers paid homage to The Who midway through their set at the stunning Grade I listed venue One Mayfair with the high-energy song, much to the delight of the assembled crowd of just 400 people.

The gig - part of MasterCard's Priceless Surprises campaign - also saw the band play some of their biggest hits, including 'Ruby', 'Every Day I Love You Less and Less' and 'Coming Home', as well as tracks from their latest album 'Education, Education, Education & War' such as 'Ruffians on Parade' and 'Misery Company'.

The 14-strong set ended with an extended version of 'Oh My God' at the close of which the band gathered the crowd to pose for a mass selfie, before exiting the stage to huge cheers.

The Priceless Surprises campaign has seen a number of iconic artists including Kaiser Chiefs, Usher, Mary J. Blige, and Paloma Faith surprise their biggest fans and bring them closer to their music.

 

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