To celebrate ten incredible years of success, Keane released The Best Of Keane November 12th on Cherrytree Records/Interscope. The album features 18 fan favorites, plucked from the band’s five consecutive UK Number One albums, alongside two powerful new songs, “Higher Than The Sun” and “Won’t Be Broken.” The deluxe version of the album includes a collection of the band’s exceptionally strong B-sides. The super deluxe edition contains the two discs from the deluxe edition (The Best Of and B-sides) and an exclusive DVD of a special acoustic set, for which the set list was chosen by Keane fans.
On November 6th, Keane broadcasted their show from the iconic Goya venue in Berlin live into over a thousand cinemas across the UK, Europe and South America. This Live In Berlin concert is now coming to select theaters in America. The concert will be shown in full – exactly as it was in November. The theaters showing this encore presentation are listed below with ticket links. More showings will be added; check www.keanemusic.com for updates.
DECEMBER 13th, 2013
Bloomfield Hills, MI The Maple Theater – TICKETS
DECEMBER 19th , 2013
Surpirise, AZ Digiplex Surprise Pointe 14 – TICKETS
Poway, CA Digiplex Poway 10 – TICKETS
San Diego, CA Digiplex Mission Valley – TICKETS
Temecula, CA Digiplex Temecula Tower 10 TICKETS
Bloomfield, CT Digiplex Bloomfield – TICKETS
Lisbon, CT Digiplex Lisbon – TICKETS
Westfield, NJ Digiplex Rialto Westfield – TICKETS
Solon, OH Digiplex Solon Cinema 16 – TICKETS
Bloomsburg, PA Digiplex Bloomsburg – TICKETS
Selinsgrove, PA Digiplex Selinsgrove – TICKETS
Williamsport, PA Digiplex Williamsport – TICKETS
Since their beginnings as school friends in Battle, East Sussex, Keane have gone on to sell over 11 million albums; won 2 Brit Awards, 4 Q Awards and an Ivor Novello and captured the hearts of a truly global fan base having played over 700 shows in over 40 countries worldwide. In May 2008, both Hopes and Fears and Under the Iron Sea were voted by readers of Q magazine as the best British albums ever; Keane, The Beatles, Oasis and Radiohead were the only musical acts having two albums in the top 20. Earlier this year, their 2004 debut album, Hopes And Fears, was voted the second favorite album of all-time by Radio 2 listeners.