September 30, 2004 14:20

VERY KEANE FANS WANTED!

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VERY KEANE FANS WANTED!
Keane are looking for fans of the band to appear in their forthcoming video.


The band will be recording the video for ‘This Is The Last Time’, set for release on November 22, next week. Directed by Howard Greenhaulgh, the band need will need about 200 fans to attend.


Those wanting to take part in the video need to be free all night next Monday and Tuesday (October 4 and 5).


You’ll need to be over 16 to take part, and bring ID with you to the shoot, which will take place somewhere in London. You’ll also need to dress warmly.


If you want to take part email your name, age and phone number to keane@.exposurefilms.co.uk.

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