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Here it is, very reminiscent of Watership Down. It'll be premiered on UK TV during tomorrow night's broadcast of The X Factor.
EDIT: Can't seem to embed the video in the usual way.
Anyone care to post lyrics? I know they've been worked out, because...I just know, alright? It's been hours.
Yes, Mart posted them on Twitter earlier today
Won't Be Broken
I’ve got a feeling in my gut there’s more than thisMore than I’ve heard and more than you’re tellingOne ...
The iTunes release of HTTS is totally separate from the pre-order of 'The Best Of' album from the Keanemusic shop. You will have to pay for it, 99p from iTunes UK.
The free download included with every purchase of the album will be sent to you as a link in an email, probably just after 0.00am (midnight) on 11th November. This, I believe, ...
Cries out to be sung by a large crowd, don't you think? Possibly a large teary crowd.
Makes me wish I was going to Berlin even more now. *sobs*
Quoting myself to (hopefully) get rid of all the gobbldegook ..Grrr
My take on the lyrics, mostly right I think
Higher Than the Sun
Turn, turn up the song
Takes me higher than the sun.
Sing, sing from your gut
Sing until we become one.
Hold, hold on to me
Stay with me until it's ...
~Deleted to remove gobbldegook!!~
Absolutely lovely. Somewhat introspective (if that's the right word for it)'There’s a song to ease your fear
A song to take you far from here.
One for joy, one for desire, one for despair'
Lyrics in a Keane song that describes ALL Keane songs.
C'mon people, aren't we even slightly excited by this!!!
To celebrate ten incredible years of success, Keane will release ‘The
Best Of Keane’ on 11th November 2013, through Island Records. It is
available to pre-order now.
The album features 18 fan favourites, plucked from the band’s five
consecutive UK Number One ...
[quote user="suered"]I think the Newmarket gig will be a full set,[/quote]
Yeah, I think Rich tweeted that it would be a full 90 min set. Probably aimed at a typical festival crowd though, i.e. more of the well known songs, even though, in my opinion, that is the wrong strategy for gaining new fans. I saw them for only the third ...