Never Miss a Beat
|"Never Miss a Beat"|
|Single by Kaiser Chiefs|
|from the album Off with Their Heads|
|Released||6 October 2008|
|Format||CD single, digital download|
|Kaiser Chiefs singles chronology|
"Never Miss a Beat" is a song by the British indie rock band Kaiser Chiefs that was released as the lead single from the band's third album Off with Their Heads on 6 October 2008. The song was produced by Mark Ronson and features backing vocals from Lily Allen and members of the rock group New Young Pony Club. It was premiered on 27 August 2008 on the Chris Moyles Show on BBC Radio 1.
On 17 September 2008, the song was added to BBC Radio 1's A-List.
The song was used on the Official Formula One website as the background music for the video highlights of the 2008 Japanese Grand Prix
- "Never Miss a Beat"
- "Sooner or Later"
- "Never Miss a Beat"
- "How Do You Feel About That?"
The music video was directed by Goodtimes and was released on 6 October 2008.
The video shows the band performing in The Barge Pole Public House, based in Abbey Wood, South East London, with sporadic glimpses of people wearing masks occurring frequently throughout. These scenes were filmed around the Tavy Bridge area of Thamesmead, South East London.
Ricky Wilson plays a weather man and appears on a television next to the band.
|Belgian Singles Chart||42|
|Dutch Top 40||74|
|Eurochart Hot 100 Singles||17|
|German Singles Chart||76|
|Irish Singles Chart||49|
|UK Singles Chart||5|
|Australian ARIA Singles Chart||47|
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