''We hope our fans will like this film and will relate to Amnesty's core message - that we need to stand up for people under threat whoever and wherever they are," says the band who are Ambassadors for Amnesty International UK and will screen the movie before each of their UK concerts.
In October, Kaiser Chiefs supported a campaign calling on the UK Government to do more to respond to the plight of civilians in Aleppo. A 'Rally for Aleppo' in central London on October 22 saw hundreds of teddy bears laid at the gates of Downing Street to symbolise the plight of children trapped in East Aleppo during a bombardment of the city by Syrian government and Russia forces.
"It's great having Kaiser Chiefs' support. It's a time when musicians and artists are speaking out about human rights. This film is a brilliant way of capturing the current mood."
This is Kaiser Chief's first arena tour in two years and it showcases material from their latest album, Stay Together.
Feb 25: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham;
Feb 27: Plymouth Pavilions;
Feb 28: Brighton Centre;
Mar 1: O2, London;
Mar 3: Manchester Arena;
Mar 4: First Direct Arena, Leeds.