CULTURE: Kaiser Chiefs Chief a War Theme For Latest Video

The Kaiser Chiefs are back in town. By that, I mean Ricky and co. with their first single in 3 years, “Coming Home”. The fabulously british video can be viewed below and is a great nod to just how british they are musically. It’s always nice to see such national treasures such as sun deck chairs in miserable weather and tea – interestingly, 3d glasses that are worn towards the end were also a british invention.

I’m sure the release of the video is no coincidence between the relations of the army coming home too. Clever soundtrack to a heartfelt move.

Nothing else quite brightens up anyone’s day like a good old cup of tea. Unless you like coffee more, in which case you may need to check if you’re American. It’s a possibility, you never know.
Enjoy this video
Written by Harry Barnes

The Verse Staff

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