Keane have said British music festivals are "fantastic" to perform at.
The Spiralling singers recently performed at T In The Park, despite the bad weather, and are set to take to the stage at V Festival later this month.
Drummer Rich Hughes said: "V is going to be great. It's one we always look forward to.
"British festivals are always fantastic. We did T In The Park in Scotland recently, and despite the horror show caused by the weather, the people were there in their tens of thousands to watch us, all singing along in the rain."
Rich and bass player Jesse Quin are also full of praise for bandmate Tim Rice-Oxley's skills as chief songwriter.
Jesse revealed he especially enjoys the way Tim uses plain language to explain emotional ideas, while Rich is impressed with his bandmate's consistent ability to confuse him.
"I never really know what the songs are about to begin with. When we release a new album, I normally just sit in on a few interviews and think, 'Oh, so THAT'S what it means?'
"But - and I think I can say this because I don't write them - the lyrics on Strangeland are brilliant. Tim definitely goes to places other songwriters fear to. Sea Fog, for example, is absolutely heartbreaking. It's about being so depressed you wish there was a mist that would just come and carry you off."
Jesse laughed: "Maybe Tim needs to lighten up? Maybe we should make him write an album of songs for kids?"
:: Keane's fourth album Strangeland is out now. They play V Festival on August 18 and 19 in Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire respectively.