Keane Offer Free Download Track

First song from forthcoming album available from today

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Keane are giving away a brand new song, “Spiralling,” for free via their website from today (August 4).

The track, the first to be heard from Keane’s forthcoming third studio album ‘Perfect Symmetry,’ will be available as a free download for 7 days, after which fans will have to pay for it.

As reported last week, the band claim to have changed direction in sound, saying “everything came together in an avalanche of experimentation that took us all by surprise.”

Commenting on “Spiralling”, Keane front man Tom Chaplin says the track, is “a train of thought about
human endeavour, built on an outrageous groove”.

‘Perfect Symmetry’; the follow up huge huge multi-million
selling LPs 2006’s ‘Under The Iron Sea’ and 2004’s ‘Hopes
And Fears’ is released on October 13.

Get your free Keane download track here now.

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