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March 12, 2009

Keane 3D

Tom, Tim y Richard Harán historia el siguiente 2 de abril dando la primera transmisión en vivo por la web en 3D, ellos van a grabar una sesion en vivo en los estudios Abbey Road (Londres), muy conocido por que The Beatles grabo en ese estudio.


“We believe that the tradition of rock’n’roll is to always innovate, to bring new ideas and concepts into music. We are therefore incredibly excited about the prospect of being the first band to beam our music live in 3D over the internet. Over the last couple of years, our website has become a hive of artistic creativity for us and our fans. On April 2nd at 8pm (UK time), hundreds of thousands of those fans will be able don their 3D glasses and watch us play some songs from our new record, Perfect Symmetry. We will be broadcasting from Abbey Road, scene of the first ever live satellite broadcast – The Beatles ‘All You Need Is Love’ – and we hope that this will become a similarly powerful new way for music to connect people all over the world.”

Si te queres conseguir unos lentes 3D de edicion limitada de la banda junto al ultimo single de Perfect Symmetry “Better Than This” que viene en formato de 7″ que sale el próximo 16 de marzo los podes comprar Aqui, si no te animas a comprar en linea (haganlo yo me compre unos :P), dice la banda que tratará de enseñar como hacer tus propios lentes 3D, aca está un link de como hacer unos buscado por mi. Click Aca.


Better Than This: (.m4a)

De Remate, You Dont See Me en acustico Live @ Largo LA:

You Don’t See Me: Live at Largo LA from keaneofficial on Vimeo.

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