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KEANE PREMIERE 'SILENCED BY THE NIGHT' VIDEO ON VEVO TODAY
NEW YORK AND LOS ANGELES AREA SHOWS SELL OUT
April 4, 2012 – The video for Keane’s first single “Silenced By The Night,” off their highly anticipated fourth studio album Strangeland, premieres on VEVO today. The video was shot by renowned rock music video director Christopher Sims in a lime salt mine in Austin, Texas. It follows the story of two friends on a road trip, whose feelings for each other genuinely develop from friendship to falling in love. The video of the couple was shot as they drove from LA to Austin, where Keane were performing at SXSW. Watch it here.
Strangeland will be released May 8th on Cherrytree/Interscope Records. To pre-order the album visit http://smarturl.it/KeaneStrangeland . First single “Silenced By The Night” is available now http://smarturl.it/KeaneSilenced.
Keane marked their long awaited return in March with two sold out fan shows at their local venue the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill, and their first ever performances at the SXSW Music Festival. While in Austin singer Tim Chaplin and keyboardist Tim Rice-Oxley sat down for an interview with VEVO to discuss their new album Strangeland – watch here.
Keane is singer Tom Chaplin, drummer Richard Hughes, keyboardist Tim Rice-Oxley and bassist Quin. Four years have elapsed since Keane’s last album Perfect Symmetry; two since Night Train, the EP which followed its three full-length predecessors to the top of the British album charts, securing them a place in pop history. If Keane’s feverishly loyal fanbase wondered what the group’s next album would sound like, they weren’t the only ones. In the eight years following the release of 2004’s 9× platinum Brit award winning Hopes & Fears, every Keane album has marked a clear progression from the previous one: the anxious emotional terrain mapped out by Under The Iron Sea to the iridescent pop of Perfect Symmetry.
See below for a complete list of Keane North American tour dates:
June 12th Boston, MA House of Blues
June 14th N. Bethesda, MD Music Center At Strathmore
June 15th New York, NY Beacon Theatre – SOLD OUT
June 16th Philadelphia, PA Merriam Theater
June 18th Montreal, QC Olympia de Montreal
June 19th Toronto, ON The Sound Academy
June 21st Nashville, TN. Marathon Music Works
June 22nd Chicago, IL The Vic
June 23rd Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theater
June 25th Denver, CO Paramount Theater
June 26th Salt Lake City, UT The Gallivan Center
June 29th Los Angeles, CA The Orpheum Theatre – SOLD OUT
June 30th Oakland, CA The Fox Theater