On 'Good Days and Bad Days' music video, Kaiser Chiefs provide an empty spot for Nick Baines to mark his absence due to a medical treatment.
A music video in accompaniment of Kaiser Chiefs' new song "Good Days and Bad Days" has been outed. The video is shot showing four bright-colored spots occupied by their four members Ricky Wilson, Andrew White, Simon Rix, and Nick Hodgson and leaving one empty place for keyboardist Nick Baines with a sign read "Gone to Hospital, Back in 5 Min".
Nick has indeed been hospitalized during the filming of the music video. "It's weird because I'm not in it [the video]. There's a little sign on my keyboard saying 'gone to hospital be back in five minutes'. I'm there in spirit," he said commenting on his absence on the video.
"Good Days and Bad Days" is the second single appearing on the band's third studio album "Off With Their Head", which has gone on U.K. sale since October 20. The track was written based on the emotional feeling that Ricky experienced. "We wrote the song about that, the fact you can have one of the best days of your life playing at your hometown stadium and the next day your hometown team losing and remaining in a s*** league," he shared.
Kaiser Chiefs' "Good Days and Bad Days" music video: