Posts tagged "keane"

Watch Coldplay’s Chris Martin Backup Lily Allen on ‘The Fear’

Lily Allen made a big return in November with “Hard Out Here” and the accompanying clip, which doubled as a response video to Robin Thicke’…
Chris Martins / December 21, 2013

Keane, ‘Strangeland’ (Island/Interscope)

Keane are one of those groups based entirely on a single riff from a better song in a better band's catalog — in this case,…
Barry Walters / May 24, 2012

LISTEN: Keane Side-Project Mt. Desolation

Since breaking through in 2004 with their massive-selling debut Hopes and Fears, British piano rockers Keane have toured and recorded non-stop. But even with the…
Peter Gaston / September 16, 2010

Keane’s Tom Chaplin Joins SPIN at Mile High Fest

During this weekend's sun-soaked Mile High Music Festival, bands stopped by the American Express® ZYNC ZONE, to chat with SPIN about their summer festival experience…
SPIN Staff / August 16, 2010

British Popsters Keane Kick Off U.S. Tour

Following British pop-rock sensation Keane's concert at Oakland's Fox Theater Tuesday night, a crowd of fans (mostly girls) waited behind the venue, hoping for a…
Aaron Kayce / July 23, 2010

Keane, ‘Night Train’ (Cherrytree/Interscope)

These once-wimpy piano-pop Brits muscled up on 2008's Perfect Symmetry, with producers Jon Brion and Stuart Price tricking out Keane's post-Coldplay musings with fuzzy guitar…
Mikael Wood / May 4, 2010

Keane and Kanye Collaborate

Paris is for lovers. So it makes sense that it was the place where mutual musical appreciators Keane and Kanye West first made sweet music…
Melissa Goldstein / December 17, 2008

Keane

What? "Everybody's changing /And I don't feel the same," sings Keane lead singer Tom Chaplin on the band's 2003 single "Everybody's Changing." Now Chaplin and…
Larry Fitzmaurice / October 17, 2008

New Albums from Keane, Chris Cornell, and 9 More!

Here's a rundown of the new albums available online and in record stores today: Keane, Perfect Symmetry Wimpy balladeers experience a rush of blood to…
SPIN Staff / October 14, 2008