Keane – one of Britain’s most successful and beloved bands of the last 20 years – are heading to Scarborough Open Air Theatre next summer.
The East Sussex chart-toppers delighted their legions of devoted fans by returning from a six-year hiatus in 2019 with brilliant new album Cause and Effect.
And Keane can today confirm they will play a huge headline gig at Scarborough Open Air Theatre – the UK’s largest purpose-built open air concert arena – on Friday July 9.
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Before pausing in 2013, Keane had sold 13 million records worldwide, released four Number One studio albums, won two BRIT awards and an Ivor Novello award.
Their 2004 debut album Hopes and Fears,which gave the world such timeless classics as Somewhere Only We Know, Everybody’s Changing, This Is The Last Time andBedshaped, is ranked among the UK’s 40 best-selling albums of all time.
Cause and Effect –which includes the singles The Way I Feel, Love Too Much and Stupid Things –was produced by David Kosten and the Keane themselves, and is the sound ofa band rejuvenated.