Live At Leeds : Day Two

Kaiser Chiefs perform as Hooks For Hands. The hometown rockers play surprise show under a different name.

Kaiser Chiefs gave some lucky festival-goers a surprise when they appeared at the Carling tent yesterday. The area around the tent was coprdoned off less than ten minutes before the show as the band played eight of their best for the stunned and unsuspecting revellers. The set began with I Predict A Riot followed by Ruby. Cheeky!

Capdown's farewell festival show. The Milton Keynes ska-punk outfit's send off turned into a grand farewell as the band rattled through their best material ending in a riotous performance of Ska Wars which saw the tent erupt.

It's official, Johnny Borrell is a sexy bastard. We hate to admit it but Razorlight blew everyone away with their hour and half set including encore of Somewhere Else and stumble And Fall.

Amazing performances throughout the day from Kings Of Leon, Interpol, Ash. Gogol Bordello brought the sunshine and the atmosphere all the way from the Ukraine, Gossip more than living up to the hype and Manchester Orchestra are definitely ones to watch out for.

The sun continues to shine on Bramham Park. Check back tomorrow to see what Ash, The Sounds and The Noisettes had to say to about their festival experiences.

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