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Keane have been messing around with their sound ever since they received their first comparisons to Radiohead and Coldplay. Now, they’re in that elusive space where no one’s really sure where to categorize them. There’s still plenty of mood emanating from tracks such as “House Lights” and “Your Love.“  And there’s still plenty of jovial pop cranking forth from “Clear Skies” and the U2-like “Back In Time.” But, most interestingly, there are dance beats calling you to the dance floor with “Stop for a Minute,” featuring Somali rapper K’naan and here with an additional remix and video, “Ishin Denshin (You’ve Got To Help Yourself)” with Tigarah and “Looking Back” also featuring K’naan. There’s still the heartfelt piano ballad of “My Shadow” for those looking for the emotional ties of old. But Keane are likely to keep checking out new ground wherever they can find it. This British trio have never let their size limit them and they aren’t about to be bound by anyone’s expectations. They have a world of music to explore.

Customer Reviews

I miss old Keane...

This album is not bad by anymeans, but in comparison to 'Hopes and Fears' and "Under the Iron Sean' this album really isnt all that good. I really wish Keane would just stick to what they do best.

Also, the amount of content in this album is a letdown. By the time you subtract the short instrumental 'House Lights,' and also the video and remix of 'Stop for a Minute,' there is only 7 full length songs.

Moving Forward

I've been a fan of Keane for many years and this album is another new step for Keane. Far from the quiet sorrow-filled tracks from Hopes and Fears, this album is full of new sounds not typical of the group. There is plenty of musical experiementation that I'm sure is a move to recoup the band's popularity and momentum. Tracks are lively and capture the energy from the album Under the Iron Sea and the song Sprialling. While I suggest buying this album for any Keane fan, I'd perhaps skim the songs as you may find some out of touch with what you'd expect.

A let down

I was so excited when I saw he had a new album, but SO disappointed when I heard it. I, too, am a huge fan, but this doesn't even come close to his previous work. I hate to criticize but I had to let it be known how disappointed I was.


Formed: 1997 in East Battle, Sussex, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Keane's piano-driven pop/rock is created by vocalist Tom Chaplin, drummer Richard Hughes, and pianist Tim Rice-Oxley, three childhood friends from the small town of Battle in East Sussex, England. Formed in 1997, the group started out as a college-aged cover band. Guitarist Dominic Scott was also part of this early incarnation, having previously played cover songs with Hughes and Rice-Oxley in a band named the Lotus Eaters. Keane toured the East Sussex circuit for several years while internalizing...
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Night Train, Keane
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Adult Alternative
  • Released: Jan 01, 2010

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