An email pings into our inbox from our old friends the Kaiser Chiefs, reminding us they're about to play a series of gigs in the UK:
Back in the UK, our shows at Hyde Park London (Sun 17th June) and Harewood House Leeds (Sat 16th June) as part of Wireless are selling out fast, to avoid disappointment book your tickets now if you haven't already, you can get them direct from us right here to avoid wasting money on big booking fees and avoiding the touts.
The link is to their website, where they're indeed selling Hyde Park and Harewood House tickets without a booking fee. There is, however, a "Payment Processing Fee" of £3.50 a ticket, or a hefty 8.75 per cent.
Even more bemusingly, if this payment is to cover the cost of the payment being processed, why is it per ticket, rather than per transaction?