Tuesday, May 15 2012
Horror movie directors. The Vaccines. Forming a country-based side-project despite not being all that much into country. This is just a day in the life of Keane pianist/songwriter Tim Rice-Oxley, and for his second PopMatters sitdown, he tells us all about the band's latest back-the-the-basics album Strangeland ...
Friday, May 28 2010
Accidentally rewriting the Rocky theme? Having radio stations refuse to play their new song? Still topping the UK charts regardless? All just a day in the life of Keane, who talk to PopMatters about all of that and oh so much more.
Tuesday, December 2 2008
After a year that featured their singer going in to rehab, a Gallagher brother slagging them off, and -- oh yeah -- having all their albums top the charts in Britain, Keane songsmith Tim Rice-Oxley discusses coming to terms with his past, his excitement for the future, and how the band handled that big elephant in the room ...
Wednesday, June 27 2012
Keane primarily deals in bland, radio-friendly rock, which means Keane live shows are equally bland and crowd-pleasing.
Thursday, May 31 2012
Familiar but appealing anthemic uplift from the good boys of pop rock.
Friday, May 14 2010
Night Train introduces its passengers to memorable vistas, even when the scenery could be improved.
Monday, November 10 2008
Considering the effervescence of the performances, what other than this warm, bubbly feeling could have been its aim?
Tuesday, October 21 2008
Keane look to the '80s (where else) to shake up their piano-pop sound, and find an album you're probably going to be hearing a lot of whether you like it or not.
Friday, May 11 2012
Enter to win Keane's new album Strangeland!