Keane Collaborate With Fans For New Lyric Video ‘Love Too Much’ Out Now
New Album ‘Cause and Effect’ Out September 20th
Run of UK In-Stores Announced
UK Tour Sold Out
With a summer spent blowing away festival crowds across Europe, Keane have revealed a run of intimate UK in-stores this September. The run includes a very special home town show at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill On Sea, where the band will play their brand-new album ‘Cause and Effect’ in full on the day of its release, 20th September.
Dates for Keane’s in-stores below –
Mon 16th London, Rough Trade East Sold Out
Thurs 19th Kingston, Banquet Records at Pryzm (7pm)
Thurs 19th Kingston, Banquet Records presents New Slang at Pryzm (9pm) Sold Out
Fri 20th Bexhill On Sea, Music’s Not Dead at De La Warr Pavilion Sold Out
Wed 25th Leicester, HMV (SIGNING ONLY)
Thurs 26th Manchester, HMV (SIGNING ONLY)
The band have also revealed a lyric video for their latest single ‘Love Too Much’, the second track to be taken from ‘Cause and Effect’. Directed by Kinga Nowicka, the video stitches together clips sent in by fans from Keane’s online community ‘Thread’. Chosen at random, fans around the world were privately messaged individual lyrics from the song and asked to write them out in their own unique way, creating a beautiful patchwork-like video.
‘Love Too Much’ follows the hit single ‘The Way I Feel’, and was written by Keane, and produced by David Kosten and the band. The track is Keane at their best; piano-driven hooks elevated by Tom Chaplin’s unrivalled vocals and a chorus that sticks in your brain like glue.
Watch the lyric video for ‘Love Too Much’ HERE
Keane release their new album ‘Cause and Effect’ on Friday 20th September. The release is Keane’s 5th studio album. Their 4 previous albums have all entered the UK charts at number 1 and accumulated sales of over 13m and over 2.6 billion streams worldwide.
The Cause and Effect Sold Out UK and Ireland Tour
Tues 24th BIRMINGHAM, Symphony Hall Sold Out
Wed 25th LEICESTER, De Montfort Hall Sold Out
Thu 26th MANCHESTER, Apollo Sold Out
Sat 28th LONDON, Royal Albert Hall Sold Out
Sun 29th LONDON, Royal Albert Hall Sold Out
Tues 1st NEWCASTLE, City Hall Sold Out
Wed 2nd EDINBURGH, Usher Hall Sold Out
Fri 4th NOTTINGHAM, Royal Concert Hall Sold Out
Sat 5th BRIGHTON, Brighton Centre Sold Out
Mon 7th BELFAST, Waterfront Sold Out
Tues 8th DUBLIN, Olympia Sold Out