FOLLOWING the success of their fourth studio album Strangeland earlier this summer Keane have announced details of an intimate Irish date in Belfast this November.
They will play the Waterfront Hall on Thursday, November 22.
Tickets (£33) are on sale from Ticketmaster outlets and online at www.ticketmaster.ie.
Four years have elapsed since Keane’s last album ‘Perfect Symmetry’; two since ‘Night Train’, the mini-LP 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’; the iridescent poptimism of ‘Perfect Symmetry’ featuring the electro charged hit song ‘Spiralling’, voted Q Magazine’s 2008 Song Of The Year.
The band are calling their new album ‘Strangeland’ their most personal and honest record yet.