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Biography

One of the most bright rock bands of present time Keane originated in 1997 in East Sussex, Great Britain. Originally the band was called Lotus Eaters and consisted of four young men: Tim Rice-Oxley, Tom Chaplin, Richard Hughes and Dominick Scott. Then guitar player Dominick Scott left the band. In 1999, the members of the band moved to London to conquer the world. In 2000 Keane records single Call Me What You Like and in 2001 - Wolf At The Door. The songs were good but they did not manage to attract the attention of the wide range audience and recording studios. Soon the musicians returned back home upset and depressed without any notable results. Still their work in London was not a complete failure. Simon Williams, the head of the legendary label Fierce Panda heard them play at the 12 Bar Club in London and invited Keane to release a record on this label in 2003.

Keane recorded Everybody’s Changing and the song was made Single of the Week by Radio 1. Keane signed to Island UK in late 2003 and went to a small local studio called Helioscentric to record its debut album Hopes and Fears that was released in May 2004. This collection brought the band fame and Keane had 4 tours in the United Kingdom in 2004 and 5 tours in the USA in 2005. Keane visited Mexico, Japan, and Australia, toured Europe, played festivals all over the world, and played at the London ‘Live 8’ show. Hopes & Fears won British Breakthrough Act and Best Album in 2005 and Q Magazine’s Best Album award.

In 2006 Keane recorded Under the Iron Sea, a great collection of hits such as Try Again, Atlantic and Is It Any Wonder? In 2008 new album Perfect Symmetry came out. It was a nice surprise for Keane’s fans proving the exceptional position of the band in the world of rock music. The zest of the band is that unlike the other rock-bands Keane’s leading instrument is not guitar but piano. The songs Perfect Symmetry, Better Than This and Spiralling immediately became extremely popular. Now Keane is one of the most better known and promising rock bands all over the world.

Studio Albums

Keane, Strangeland mp3Strangeland
The British alternative rockers Keane released their fourth studio attempt titled Strangeland. Does its title fit the content?
2012
    Keane, Perfect Symmetry mp3Perfect Symmetry
    2009
    • Piano Rock
    • Pop/Rock
    • Synth Pop
    Keane, Perfect Symmetry mp3Perfect Symmetry
    Built on controversies album Perfect Symmetry proves to be a 180 degrees turn in Keane's creative work: successful pop tunes, Tom Chaplin's even more expressive vocals and completely different emotions are only a part of all its surprises
    2008
    • Piano Rock
    • Pop/Rock
    • Synth Pop
    Keane, Under the Iron Sea mp3Under the Iron Sea
    Under the Iron Sea is outfitted with darker, less immediately accessible songs and bigger doses of atmospheric keyboard, but it offers some of the same tuneful pleasures as Keane’s debut, Hopes And Fears
    2006
    • Piano Rock
    • Pop/Rock
    Keane, Hopes and Fears mp3Hopes and Fears
    2004
    • Piano Rock

    EP

    Keane, Night Train mp3Night Train
    The E.P. Night Train is pure experimentation conquering with its positive mood and bold solutions. Keane keeps looking for unusual combinations of instruments and audio effects
    2010
    • Pop/Rock

    Compilation albums

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