The Kaiser Chiefs are coming to Windsor Racecourse this month.

The legendary indie rock band from Leeds will be performing after the races on Saturday, August 25.

The band formed in 2000 as Parva, going on three years later to make their breakthrough under the new name.

Now, 15 years later they are still together, despite a difficult period when they lost founder member Nick Hodgson.

Ricky Wilson also broke away to become a prime time television star as a coach on the Voice. Then the band made a spectacular comeback with the albums Education, Education and War, followed by Stay Together.

Ricky said: "Bands who get a second shot are the ones who fight as hard for their next chance as they did for the first.

"We might never get to the point where we can sit in an armchair with our arms behind our heads but maybe that's why Kaiser Chiefs are still here."

Tickets for their show are available at £39, including a day of racing. Gates open at 1pm, last race 7.40pm with the Kaisers on at 8.15pm. Box office 0844 249 1000.