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Lily Allen - Somewhere Only We Know

Lily Allen’s version of Keane’s Somewhere Only We Know music video really made my day <3

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7 songs that made me love 2016

As previously touched on, 2016 had me spinning wheels trying to get back to the past for most of its duration. As such, I spent most of it listening to songs I loved in 2006. 1,066 more words


Who Should Be On Puel's Christmas List?

With the January transfer window approaching, Claude Puel sees his Southampton side sitting in seventh place. The window will be seen as a crucial one by Saints fans, with top scorer Charlie Austin facing several months out with a shoulder injury and the persisting rumours surrounding centre-backs  Jose Fonte and Virgil Van Dijk. 853 more words


Tony Hadley - Former Lead Singer of Spandau Ballet

I mentioned a couple weeks ago that while researching music for this blog, there are always a few times where I’m blown away by a song. 300 more words

Alternative Christmas Music

Interview: Keane's Tom Chaplin Talks "The Wave", Drug Addiction, & Fighting Mental Illness Stigma

By: Curtis Sindrey –

You may think you know Tom Chaplin. His soaring, emotional voice lay at the center of Keane, the anthemic, multi-million selling UK band who scored five number one albums in the UK between 2004 and 2013 – including two that landed on the Billboard 200, delivering such unforgettable hits as “Everybody’s Changing,” “Is It Any Wonder” and “Somewhere Only We Know.” But even at the height of his fame, there was a side to the singer hidden from the world. 3,529 more words


You say you wander your own land
But when I think about it
I don’t see how you can

You’re aching, you’re breaking
And I can see the pain in your eyes… 74 more words


Bed Legs

Quite a few years ago Keane recorded the song ‘Bed Shaped.’

According to the composer  Tim Rice-Oxley  the song is about feeling that you’ve been “left behind” by an old friend or lover, and about hoping that you’ll be reunited one day so that you can live out the end of your lives together the way you started them (…) a hope that they’ll eventually want to get away from the bright lights and come back home. 511 more words