Listen to The Black Keys' "Run Right Back" Right Now
The Black Keys' new album, El Camino, is due out in less than four weeks. If you've seen the video for "Lonely Boy," you've gotten a taste of what's to come. Now comes a first listen of another album track, "Run Right Back," which premiered on BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe show. Listen online at bbc.co.uk. Both songs are on the limited-edition vinyl 12-inch available at participating indie music retailers on Record Store Day's "Back to Black" Friday, November 25.
The Black Keys' new album, El Camino, is due out in less than four weeks. If you've seen the video for "Lonely Boy," you've gotten a taste of what's to come, and if you've pre-ordered the album on the band's site, at iTunes, or in the Nonesuch Store, you've already got a copy of the single for your very own. Now comes a first listen of another album track, "Run Right Back," which premiered on BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe show in the UK. To listen to the track now, head over to bbc.co.uk and listen to the archive of today's show, starting at 29 minutes in, where you can also hear Lowe's interview with The Black Keys' Patrick Carney.
You'll be able to pick up a copy of both "Run Right Back" and "Lonely Boy" on the limited-edition vinyl 12-inch available at participating indie music retailers on Record Store Day's "Back to Black" Friday, November 25, and get all 11 tracks when the album is released on December 6.
Also in the UK, Carney and his band mate Dan Auerbach are the subject of a Q&a with Q magazine. In the interview, Auerbach and Carney talk with Q's Paul Stokes about the forthcoming album, working with producer Danger Mouse, and how they got to this point in their careers, namely hard work. "We just assumed that we'd always have to work twice as hard," says Carney, "so we've always worked twice as hard." Read the Q&a at qthemusic.com.
To pre-order El Camino, head to the Nonesuch Store, where orders include an instant download of the single "Lonely Boy" and, starting release day, the complete album. You can also pre-order and get the single on iTunes and in The Black Keys' store
Wednesday, January 18, 2017Wednesday, January 18, 2017Conor Oberst's Album "Salutations" Due March 17; Full-Band Recordings with The Felice Brothers, Jim Keltner, Special Guests
Conor Oberst's album Salutations, a companion piece to 2016's lauded Ruminations, is due March 17. Salutations comprises full-band versions of the ten songs from that solo album plus seven additional songs. It was recorded at the famed Shangri-la Studios in Malibu and Five Star Studios in Echo Park with The Felice Brothers and the legendary drummer Jim Keltner, who co-produced the album. Guest performers include Jim James, Blake Mills, Maria Taylor, M Ward, Gillian Welch, and Jonathan Wilson. Nonesuch Store pre-orders include instant downloads of "A Little Uncanny," "Tachycardia," and "Napalm."
Tuesday, January 17, 2017Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Conor Oberst begins a non-stop, three-week tour of Europe and the UK, featuring music from his 2016 solo album, Ruminations, in Munich tonight. From there, the tour heads to Stuttgart, Vienna, Zurich, Cologne, Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin, Paris, Utrecht, Brussels, London, Manchester, and Edinburgh, culminating with a concert at Grand Canal Theatre in Dublin on February 5.