Giving light to the saying “there’s no accounting for taste”, listeners of Britain’s BBC Radio 2 have voted Coldplay‘s A Rush of Blood to the Head as their all-time favourite album, beating out Keane and Duran Duran for the dubious honour in an on-air countdown yesterday. The second album from Chris Martin‘s melodic alt-pop quartet
Music Festival Rock am Ring is attempting to emulate the success of this year’s Coachella by offering fans a chance to stream the German festival.
UK’s Keane have toured the globe, sold out venues both home and abroad, won multiple music awards, and sold over 10 million records worldwide, but you wouldn’t realise any of it when speaking with the band’s frontman Tom Chaplin.
Keane has made public the cover art (pictured above) for upcoming record Strangeland, due out May 7, 2012.
The smooth rocking lads from Sussex known as Keane are set to release their fourth studio album Strangeland on May 7, 2012. Produced by Dan Grech-Marguerat (who’s previously worked with Howling Bells, The Kooks and The Vaccines), the new record will consist of 12 tracks. In a post by NME, Keane pianist Tim Rice-Oxley said,