|Genres||Alternative country, alternative rock, country rock|
|Years active||2010 – present|
Mumford & Sons
Noah & The Whale
The live band consists primarily of Tim Rice-Oxley, Jesse Quin, Jessica Staveley-Taylor, Fimbo, John-William Scott and Phil Renna.
The project started during Keane's Perfect Symmetry World Tour in 2009 during a conversation in a bar in Dublin, Ireland. Rice-Oxley and Quin, Keane pianist and bassist, respectively, had the idea of making a country album, but the duo said they did not think they were going to release it. The album was recorded and released in 2010.
Members of Noah & The Whale, The Killers, The Long Winters, The Staves and Mumford & Sons were involved in the album's recording. After their debut show at The Lexington in London in July, the live band toured the UK in September 2010 and the USA & Canada supporting Mumford & Sons in October 2010. The Staves supported the band's UK tour dates.
The band launched a Tumblr blog on 6 November 2014, prompting speculation that the band are recording a new album during Keane's hiatus. This was later confirmed by band member Jesse Quin on his Twitter feed.
Until September 2017 the band posted several hinting pictures on Instagram and Facebook, concerning their next album. 
- Tim Rice-Oxley – composition, vocals, piano, keyboards, bass (2010–present)
- Jesse Quin – composition, vocals, guitar (2010–present)
- Additional personnel
- Fimbo – drums (2010–present)
- Jessica Staveley-Taylor – backing vocals, acoustic guitar, piano (2010–present)
- John-William Scott – bass, guitar (2010–present)
- Phil Renna – fiddle, keyboards (2010–present)
|"Departure / State Of Our Affairs"||2010||Mt. Desolation|
Songs in other media
|2010||Gossip Girl||TV series episode: The Townie||"State Of Our Affairs"|
|2011||Grey's Anatomy||TV series episode: Disarm||"State Of Our Affairs"|
- "Chart Log UK: M - My Vitriol". The Official Charts Company. Retrieved 9 June 2011.
- "Mt. Desolation Album & Song Chart History - Heatseekers Albums". Billboard. Retrieved 9 June 2011.