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Tom Chaplin: Keane divided opinion, but those who loved us really loved us

Cause And Effect, Keane's first album since 2012 is just out. Ahead of their gigs in Belfast and Dublin next month, Lucy Mapstone talks to frontman Tom Chaplin about how the LP was influenced by the personal struggles he and bandmate Tim Rice-Oxley have faced – and why the four-time chart toppers have grown out of being considered 'divisive'

Keane – Tom Chaplin, Tim Rice-Oxley, Richard Hughes and Jesse Quin
KEANE frontman Tom Chaplin is chuckling over the "irony" at the past perception of the band as a bunch of clean-cut soft rockers. The alternative rock group from East Sussex, who rose to fam[...]

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