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Keane screen Bayona and Sanchez-directed video for Disconnected in London

Keane screen Bayona and Sanchez-directed video for Disconnected in London

David Knight - 4th May 2012

Keane Disconnected screening at Electric with (from left) Sergio G. Sanchez, Tim Rice-Oxley, Tom Chaplin, Richard Hughes, Juan Antonio Bayona

<p/><div style="width: 310px;float:right;">Keane Disconnected screening at Electric with (from left) Sergio G. Sanchez, Tim Rice-Oxley, Tom Chaplin, Richard Hughes, Juan Antonio Bayona</div>Members of Keane and Spanish movie directors Juan Antonio Bayona and Sergio G. Sanchez were present at the Electric Cinema in Notting Hill in Wednesday (May 2) for the screening of their music video for Disconnected, featured on Keane's new album Strangeland, released on May 7. The evening included a Q&amp;A with Keane themselves and Bayona and Sanchez. "I feel close to what Keane do," said JA Bayona. "Their music is timeless, they do their own thing and I admire that." While Sergio G Sanchez added: "I have been a fan for years and they finally let us make a video for them! Everyone can relate to what they do because their music tells a coming of age story."<br/> "The video perfectly sums up the imagery that the song conjures up," said Keane lead singer Tom Chaplin. "It's the best video we've made." The video precedes Bayona and Sanchez's next feature-length collaboration, to be released at the end of this year: <em>The Impossible</em>, an epic drama set during the Thailand tsunami in 2004 and starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=FfUHkPf9D9k

The evening included a Q&A with Keane themselves and Bayona and Sanchez. "I feel close to what Keane do," said JA Bayona. "Their music is timeless, they do their own thing and I admire that." While Sergio G Sanchez added: "I have been a fan for years and they finally let us make a video for them! Everyone can relate to what they do because their music tells a coming of age story."
"The video perfectly sums up the imagery that the song conjures up," said Keane lead singer Tom Chaplin. "It's the best video we've made."

<p/><div style="width: 310px;float:right;">Keane Disconnected screening at Electric with (from left) Sergio G. Sanchez, Tim Rice-Oxley, Tom Chaplin, Richard Hughes, Juan Antonio Bayona</div>Members of Keane and Spanish movie directors Juan Antonio Bayona and Sergio G. Sanchez were present at the Electric Cinema in Notting Hill in Wednesday (May 2) for the screening of their music video for Disconnected, featured on Keane's new album Strangeland, released on May 7. The evening included a Q&amp;A with Keane themselves and Bayona and Sanchez. "I feel close to what Keane do," said JA Bayona. "Their music is timeless, they do their own thing and I admire that." While Sergio G Sanchez added: "I have been a fan for years and they finally let us make a video for them! Everyone can relate to what they do because their music tells a coming of age story."<br/> "The video perfectly sums up the imagery that the song conjures up," said Keane lead singer Tom Chaplin. "It's the best video we've made." The video precedes Bayona and Sanchez's next feature-length collaboration, to be released at the end of this year: <em>The Impossible</em>, an epic drama set during the Thailand tsunami in 2004 and starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=FfUHkPf9D9k

The video precedes Bayona and Sanchez's next feature-length collaboration, to be released at the end of this year: The Impossible, an epic drama set during the Thailand tsunami in 2004 and starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor.

<p/><div style="width: 310px;float:right;">Keane Disconnected screening at Electric with (from left) Sergio G. Sanchez, Tim Rice-Oxley, Tom Chaplin, Richard Hughes, Juan Antonio Bayona</div>Members of Keane and Spanish movie directors Juan Antonio Bayona and Sergio G. Sanchez were present at the Electric Cinema in Notting Hill in Wednesday (May 2) for the screening of their music video for Disconnected, featured on Keane's new album Strangeland, released on May 7. The evening included a Q&amp;A with Keane themselves and Bayona and Sanchez. "I feel close to what Keane do," said JA Bayona. "Their music is timeless, they do their own thing and I admire that." While Sergio G Sanchez added: "I have been a fan for years and they finally let us make a video for them! Everyone can relate to what they do because their music tells a coming of age story."<br/> "The video perfectly sums up the imagery that the song conjures up," said Keane lead singer Tom Chaplin. "It's the best video we've made." The video precedes Bayona and Sanchez's next feature-length collaboration, to be released at the end of this year: <em>The Impossible</em>, an epic drama set during the Thailand tsunami in 2004 and starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor. http://www.youtube.com/watchv=FfUHkPf9D9k

http://www.youtube.com/watchv=FfUHkPf9D9k

David Knight - 4th May 2012

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