Kaiser Chiefs pay tribute to Art Attack in Record Collection video

24 May 2019, 20:11 | Updated: 30 May 2019, 13:03

Frontman Ricky Wilson told Radio X's Johnny Vaughan that their seventh album with will be preceded by a new single named Record Collection. Watch the video here.

Kaiser Chiefs have announced the details of their seventh studio album and now released the official video for its first single.

Watch the video for Record Collection, which sees the band take inspiration from UK children's art show Art Attack.

Duck is the first studio album to come from the Leeds rockers since 2016's Stay Together, and will be released through Polydor on 26 July 2019.

Pre-order the album here

Talking about the first track, Record Collection, a synth-laden indie anthem, which had its first play on Radio X, frontman Ricky Wilson said: “It’s undeniably fantastic and undeniably Kaiser Chiefs".

Talking about writing the song, Wilson says it came "quickly".

“It’s a vibe. It’s about the internet and frustration with the internet, about how it rules our lives but we don’t really understand what it is and how we just click accept.” 

The release of Kaiser Chiefs' album will be preceded by a huge homecoming gig at Elland Road on 8 June to celebrate 100 years of Leeds United F.C.

Kaiser Chiefs wearing Leeds United shirts to announce their 2019 Elland Road gig
Kaiser Chiefs wearing Leeds United shirts to announce their 2019 Elland Road gig. Picture: Press

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