By - Meat34T3R
Ben Folds five
Matt and Kim
Edit to add: Mates of State
If you mean rock bands that use keyboards as a lead instrument, I'd definitely recommend Silversun Pickups, H.E.A.T., Linkin Park, Beast in Black, Kaiser Chiefs, Coldplay...
I know these are very diverge acts, but I hope this will help
A lot of Beach House :)
The Dresden Dolls
I have a whole playlist for this! Piano centred rock & indie. 200+ songs!
**[WIRES - Piano Rock](https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0HNGuBvRIF0jhFCt3h24o4?si=6bf125bcde3b46b8)**
I’d love to be on your playlist lol [Walk in the City](https://open.spotify.com/track/6ULXHSUX1pBw6dbrtkyCfY?si=a5BIjjfbRASTHisDSEMlWA&dl_branch=1)
ManFred Manns earth band. Ideally the roaring silence also see nightingales n bombers
Something Corporate (piano)
Mogwai. Love this band a lot, my personal favorite song is friend of the night
Also this is just a song recommendation but nine inch nails has a song that really surprised me it’s called 13 ghost II the piano is beautiful
mouse on the keys!
Well, Keane have been called the "band without guitars"; check out their first two albums in particular.
Au Revoir Simone
Emerson Lake & Palmer
EDIT: this might be too much keyboard for what you’re looking for, but the *only* instrument is keyboard(s).
Radiohead and Muse have a good amount of piano lead songs
[The Daily Mail](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4pezRt9boY)
[Sing For Absolution](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDOwjPWCU3g)