NTSC/Region 1. Strangers tells the story of Tom Chaplin, Tim Rice-Oxley and Richard Hughes, who formed Keane in '97 at school in Sussex, did their first gig in '98, signed a record deal in 2003, released their debut album Hopes & Fears in 2004 and went on to conquer the world with a voice, a piano and a set of drums. The film charts Keane's musical progression from a four-piece guitar band to the three-piece piano-based group that they've become today, and shows how they went on from playing tiny gigs on the UK pub circuit, to winning 2 Brits awards and selling nearly 5 million albums around the world. This 2 DVD set features a 1 hour behind the scenes film of the band on the road, 16 live performances, 2 photo galleries, 6 promo videos, 2 'making of' videos, various concert visuals and Richards kitchen sink, all of which adds up to a must-have for any self-respecting Keane fan. Universal. 2005.