Beloved English rock band Keane, responsible for four No.1 Albums have recently released a new album ‘Cause and Effect’ after a 6-year hiatus. Tom spoke to Tom Chaplin and Tim Rice-Oxley backstage at the BBC about starting out on the Camden circuit, spending a summer recording in a dilapidated farmhouse in northern France, and why Under the Iron Sea was much darker than Hopes and Fears.
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