Saturday, October 23, 2010

Keane - Spiralling


Genre: Alternative Rock, Piano Rock, Synthpop, Britpop

01 Spiralling by ModerneFusion

I think this band has been around for a while now. With every album release they really change up their style. Perfect symmetry's by far my favorite one. I do remember they had a really old song called "Bedshaped" that was later sung by an Italian opera singer during the Miss Universe competition. My god did it sound epic. Maybe I'll share that another time ;D Anyway, hope you enjoy this song, it sounds very offbeat and semi funky!


(If you like this song and support that artists, you can purchase the online MP3 download Spiralling or their album Perfect Symmetry on amazon.)




Note: just in case anyone was wondering, in order to ensure your music pleasure,  I only use Soundcloud when the song quality isn't good enough on Youtube or if can't find the right version. So at times the format of the post might change depending on the song.

     Note within a Note: I do realize it's supposed to be spelled Spiraling, but the album spelled it this way so HA!

18 comments:

  1. hey man..nice posts you got there..i like them..and i will folow u :) keep going on

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  2. I swear I left this same comment on another blog, lol... I remember hearing about Keane way back on VH1 as one of their "next big thing" picks, I remember the big deal they made about no guitars in the band.

    It gives them a different, interesting sound. I think they're creative, but to be honest I haven't checked out a ton of their stuff.

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  3. I love all their albums, Hopes and Fears, Under the iron sea and ofcourse perfect symmetry. THanks!

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  4. this was the first I've heard of them, pretty cool stuff

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  5. Really good music man, thanks for sharing!

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  6. Heard a lot about Keane before, but I've never listened to it. Thanks!

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  7. really like keane, posted them in my blog too

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  8. not bad at all, i like how I can explore music through your blog

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