Review of Everybody's Changing Single by Keane

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Keane - Everybody’s Changing - Single Review + Tour Dates


Everybody’s Changing

As the debate whether frontman Tom Chaplin is blessed with the good looks of a boy band heartthrob or cursed with those akin to a cabbage patch kid rages on, Keane are to release ‘Everybody’s Changing’ through Universal Island on June 10th.

The third single to be taken from their eagerly anticipated debut album ‘Hopes and Fears’ (released May 10th) is a re-release of their debut

Keane - Everybody’s Changing - Single Review + Tour Dates

which originally came out in May 2003 through Fierce Panda and provides a suitably catchy follow up to top-five hit ‘Somewhere Only We Know’. Unsurprisingly but pleasingly it’s another feel-good corker.

Keane are currently on a tour of the UK in support of the single and album and following a triumphant appearance at Derry’s One Big Weekend, the band are confirmed to play T in the Park, Oxygen and the V festivals so there’s really no excuse for not catching them live if you’re a fan of dramatic piano ballads and moving vocals… Or, of course, just want to asses the cherubesque facial features of the frontman for yourself.

Keane’s headline UK tour dates:

22/4 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms

24/4 Leeds Metropolitan University

25/4 Liverpool Academy 4

27/4 Glasgow QMU

28/4 Newcastle University

29/4 Manchester University

1/5 Bristol Anson Rooms

2/5 Cardiff University

3/5 Exeter Lemongrove

4/5 Norwich Waterfront

5/5 Birmingham Academy 2

7/5 London Astoria

8/5 Eastbourne Winter Garden

10/5 London Forum

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