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    The Black Keys’ New Song, "Turn Blue," Premieres on "Serious Boredom"; Pre-Order Album to Download Track

    "Turn Blue," the title track of The Black Keys’ forthcoming album, Turn Blue, premiered earlier today on Patrick Carney’s SiriusXM show, Serious Boredom, and can be heard below. The song, as well as the first single, "Fever" (which Rolling Stone calls "hypnotic" and you can hear here), are both included as free instant downloads with LP, CD, and digital pre-orders of the album in the Nonesuch Store and at theblackkeys.com/turnblue and with iTunes pre-orders.

    Out May 13 on Nonesuch Records, Turn Blue was produced by Danger Mouse, Dan Auerbach, and Carney and features 11 new tracks. The Black Keys will headline the Hangout Festival in Alabama on May 16 before embarking on an extensive European festival tour this summer. For tour details, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    The Black Keys recently spoke with Rolling Stone magazine about recording the new album; you can read what they have to say at rollingstone.com. The band also spoke with NME to walk through each track on the album; you'll find that at nme.com.

    To order Turn Blue and download the title track and "Fever" now, head to the Nonesuch Store.

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The Black Keys’ New Song, "Turn Blue," Premieres on "Serious Boredom"; Pre-Order Album to Download Track

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"Turn Blue," the title track of The Black Keys’ forthcoming album, premiered earlier today on Patrick Carney’s SiriusXM show, Serious Boredom, and can be heard here. The song, as well as the first single, "Fever," are both included as free instant downloads with LP, CD, and digital pre-orders of the album in the Nonesuch Store and at the band's site, and with iTunes pre-orders.

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"Turn Blue," the title track of The Black Keys’ forthcoming album, Turn Blue, premiered earlier today on Patrick Carney’s SiriusXM show, Serious Boredom, and can be heard below. The song, as well as the first single, "Fever" (which Rolling Stone calls "hypnotic" and you can hear here), are both included as free instant downloads with LP, CD, and digital pre-orders of the album in the Nonesuch Store and at theblackkeys.com/turnblue and with iTunes pre-orders.

Out May 13 on Nonesuch Records, Turn Blue was produced by Danger Mouse, Dan Auerbach, and Carney and features 11 new tracks. The Black Keys will headline the Hangout Festival in Alabama on May 16 before embarking on an extensive European festival tour this summer. For tour details, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

The Black Keys recently spoke with Rolling Stone magazine about recording the new album; you can read what they have to say at rollingstone.com. The band also spoke with NME to walk through each track on the album; you'll find that at nme.com.

To order Turn Blue and download the title track and "Fever" now, head to the Nonesuch Store.

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