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The Black Keys – Turn Blue

Following the triumph of El Camino, Auerbach, Carney and Danger Mouse roll the dice, play it where it lays...

Jack White writes apology to Black Keys, Meg White and “anyone I’ve offended”

Jack White has issued an apology for comments he made about The Black Keys in a recent interview as well as in private correspondence. Writing on this official website, he posted a blog entitled 'An apology and explanation from Jack White', in which he stated he was addressing comments made to "clear up a lot of the negativity surrounding things I've said or written, despite the fact that I loathe to bring more attention to these things."

Watch Black Keys perform at exclusive Nashville show

The Black Keys performed an intimate show at Nashville's 500-capacity Mercy Lounge last night. It was reported in Rolling Stone that Dan Auerbach, Patrick Carney and a pair of sidemen played to an invite-only crowd of competition winners. They were there via SiriusXM, which broadcasted the hour-long show live on its "Alt Nation" station.

The Black Keys says they ‘feel embarrassed’ for Jack White over leaked emails

Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney of The Black Keys have said they "feel embarrassed" for Jack White following an incident last year in which e-mails he allegedly sent criticising the duo were revealed. In 2013, an email leaked to TMZ which was allegedly sent by White to his ex-wife Karen Elson appeared to show White branding Dan Auerbach a "copy" and an "asshole".

The Black Keys – Album By Album

As Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney prepare to release their new album, Turn Blue, on Monday, we delve back into the Uncut archive and take a look at this album by album from the Ohio duo (originally printed in January 2013, Take 188). “We’ve always left things relatively unadorned,” Auerbach tells Uncut, “so this is warts’n’all music. We’re pretty blessed that things have worked out the way they have. Ever since we’ve started it’s never stopped building.” Interview: Rob Hughes ______________________ The Big Come Up

Hear new Black Keys song, “Turn Blue”

The Black Keys have shared a new song "Turn Blue". Scroll down to hear the track. "Turn Blue" is the title track of the duo's forthcoming eighth studio album. The record, which is set for release on May 12, follows their 2011 release El Camino. Turn Blue was produced by Danger Mouse alongside Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney and recorded at Sunset Sound in Hollywood last summer as well as at the Key Club in Benton Harbor, Michigan at the start of 2013.

Robert Plant, Jack White, Pixies, The Black Keys, Wilko Johnson confirmed for Glastonbury 2014

Robert Plant, Jack White, Pixies, The Black Keys and Wilko Johnson are among 87 names confirmed this morning [April 4] for this year's Glastonbury festival, which takes place from June 27 to 29. Meanwhile, Kasabian have been confirmed as Sunday night's headline act, joining Friday headliners Arcade Fire.

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