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Band's Berlin Bash on the Silver Screen
Keane are coming to a big screen near you on November 6. The band's gig at the iconic Goya in Berlin is being shown live at over a thousand cinemas across Europe, North and South America. In Birmingham the show is being screened at Cineworld Broad Street, Odeon Broadway Plaza and Empire Great Park.
Silver screen stars: Keane
The event is the first in a series of music spectaculars presented by Music Screen. The company's chairman Bernie Spratt says: "We're delighted to have Keane as our inaugural artist. This concert, produced exclusively for a worldwide cinema audience, will deliver a unique experience."
Over the past ten years Keane have become one of the world's most successful British bands. Throughout their career they have continually embraced technology, they were the first band to release a single on USB stick and the first to stream a live performance in 3D. They have sold over 11 million albums worldwide and their hits include Somewhere Only We Know, Everybody's Changing, Is It Any Wonder?, Crystal Ball, Silenced By The Night and Spiralling. They have performed 700 shows in over 40 countries and boast an acoustic performance on the Great Wall of China.
Their latest album is The Best Of Keane which features 18 fan favourites, plucked from the band's five consecutive UK number one albums, alongside two new songs, Higher Than The Sun and Won't Be Broken. It is released on November 11.
The full track listing is: 1. Everybody's Changing 2. Somewhere Only We Know 3. Bend and Break 4. Bedshaped 5. This Is The Last Time 6. Atlantic 7. Is It Any Wonder?
8. Nothing In My Way
9. Hamburg Song
10. Crystal Ball
11. A Bad Dream
12. Try Again
14. Perfect Symmetry
15. My Shadow
16. Silenced By The Night
18. Sovereign Light Café
19. Higher Than the Sun
20. Won't Be Broken