1 KC270619.png Kaiser Chiefs Thursday 25th July at Pryzm, 7:00pm (14+) To combat touts, customers will be required to give their name when purchasing tickets and will be required to produce photo ID matching that name for entry to the gig. Tickets are not transferable. The name of the lead booker will be on all tickets. Where more than one ticket has been purchased, all guests in the party must enter the venue together. To gain entry to the show, the lead booker must bring the tickets along with valid photo ID matching the name on the tickets. To celebrate the release of their seventh full length album, Kaiser Chiefs make a welcoming return to New Slang. They were last here in 2016 to play two sold-out shows at The Hippodrome but now they're back with their seventh full length album, titled Duck. Duck was recorded and mixed with producer Ben H. Allen, who previously collaborated with the band on 2014’s number one album Education, Education, Education & War. Other production collaborators include Iain Archer (Liam Gallagher, James Bay) with additional mixing by Mark “Spike” Stent (U2, Ed Sheeran, Arcade Fire) who worked with Kaiser Chiefs on defining single Everyday I Love You Less and Less. It’s a record that harks back to the everyday explorations of their breakthrough early albums. “We wanted to do something that had a Kaiser Chiefs DNA but still try and do something different” says bassist Simon Rix. “It has the right spirit.” CD/ticket is £17 post-paid, and other formats and combos will be available. Pryzm is all ages for this show - under 14s must be accompanied by a ticket-holding adult (18+). Over 18s should bring PHOTO ID (driving license / passport). Times TBC, but we expect doors at 7pm, Kaiser Chiefs on stage at 8pm and a strict curfew of 9pm. Albums + Tickets will be posted separately, the album's release date is 26/07/19. Indies exclusive LP is on 'light blue' coloured vinyl. Pryzm, 154 Clarence Street, Kingston Upon Thames (KT1 1QP)   CD | LP
3 NSKC250719.png Kaiser Chiefs / Tom Speight / New Slang Thursday 25th July at New Slang, 9:00pm To combat touts, customers will be required to give their name when purchasing tickets and will be required to produce photo ID matching that name for entry to the gig. Tickets are not transferable. The name of the lead booker will be on all tickets. Where more than one ticket has been purchased, all guests in the party must enter the venue together. To gain entry to the show, the lead booker must bring the tickets along with valid photo ID matching the name on the tickets. To celebrate the release of their seventh full length album, Kaiser Chiefs make a welcoming return to New Slang. They were last here in 2016 to play two sold-out shows at The Hippodrome but now they're back with their seventh full length album, titled Duck. Duck was recorded and mixed with producer Ben H. Allen, who previously collaborated with the band on 2014’s number one album Education, Education, Education & War. Other production collaborators include Iain Archer (Liam Gallagher, James Bay) with additional mixing by Mark “Spike” Stent (U2, Ed Sheeran, Arcade Fire) who worked with Kaiser Chiefs on defining single Everyday I Love You Less and Less. It’s a record that harks back to the everyday explorations of their breakthrough early albums. “We wanted to do something that had a Kaiser Chiefs DNA but still try and do something different” says bassist Simon Rix. “It has the right spirit.” CD/ticket is £17 post-paid, and other formats and combos are available. New Slang is an over 18s event, and is strict on ID. Please bring photo ID with you on the night, whatever age you are. Support for this show will be coming from Tom Speight. Times TBC but we expect doors at 9:00pm, Tom Speight at 9:30pm and Kaiser Chiefs at 10:30pm. Albums + Tickets will be posted separately, the album's release date is 26/07/19. Indies exclusive LP is on 'light blue' coloured vinyl. New Slang is held at Pryzm, 154 Clarence St, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1QP New Slang Ticket CD | LP Sold Out
7 1975LP3.png The 1975 A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships We've now run out of fully-signed CDs, but we have a few albums which are signed but smudged, or partially signed. The choices that remain are: 1) smudged, but signed by all 4 members of the band 2) signed by Matty (which is not smudged) but not signed by all 4 members. "The word 'eclectic' is bandied around a lot, but this album really is a mix of styles, all of them undoubtedly The 1975. A social commentary on life in 2018, poetry, love and anger, infectious songs, the extra mile with the art, two great Kingston shows, an incredibly dedicated fanbase and the band, label and management doing everything they can to accommodate. Even having been surrounded by it for weeks, I still put it on at home. Our biggest selling album of all time." - jt The huge third full length from the iconic The 1975. It's an eclectic mix of indie-rock, pop, social commentary, and electronica, and they're being named the band of a generation. Clever and profound, funny and light, serious and heartbreaking, painfully modern and classic-sounding all at the same time, ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ is a game-changing album, one that challenges The 1975’s peers – if, indeed, there are any – to raise their game. The 1975 take on that overwhelming anxiety with nerve and aplomb, and the result combines the fist-raising inspired by anthems with the gut-punch provided by precisely described longing. This is the band of the Decade Dirty Hit / Polydor CD | LP