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    Watch: The Black Keys Perform "Gold on the Ceiling" on Le Grand Journal, "Little Black Submarines" at Reading Festival on BBC

    The Black Keys closed out their European summer festival tour with a performance at the Reading Festival Sunday night; the set came just after the band announced that it would be returning to the UK in December to perform in cities across the country, culminating with a night at London’s O2 Arena. The BBC was at Reading to capture the festivities, including The Black Keys' performance of "Little Black Submarines," off their latest album, El Camino. You can watch that performance below.

    The summer tour also brought The Black Keys to Paris, where the band performed at the Rock en Seine festival on Saturday. While in Paris, the band was featured on last night's episode of Le Grand Journal on Canal+, performing "Gold on the Ceiling," also from El Camino. You catch that performance below as well.

    "Little Black Submarines" at the Reading Festival, via the BBC:

    "Gold on the Ceiling" on Le Grand Journal:

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    Earlier this summer, The Black Keys headlined at Lollapalooza in Chicago. While there, drummer Patrick Carney spoke with The Weekly Feed about the band's recent success and the years of hard work that helped make it happen. You can listen to the interview here:



    Up next, the band performs a free set on the Great Lawn of New York's Central Park as part of the Global Poverty Project's Global Festival 2012 on September 29, which also includes music from Neil Young with Crazy Horse, Foo Fighters, Band of Horses, and K’Naan, followed by a week-long tour of California in early October, including two nights at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. For all of their currently scheduled tour dates and details, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Watch: The Black Keys Perform "Gold on the Ceiling" on Le Grand Journal, "Little Black Submarines" at Reading Festival on BBC

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The Black Keys closed out their European summer festival tour with a performance at the Reading Festival Sunday night. The BBC was there and captured their performance of "Little Black Submarines," off El Camino. The band was also featured on last night's episode of Le Grand Journal on Canal+, performing "Gold on the Ceiling," also from El Camino. Watch both videos here. And listen to an interview with Patrick Carney from Lollapalooza via The Weekly Feed.

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The Black Keys closed out their European summer festival tour with a performance at the Reading Festival Sunday night; the set came just after the band announced that it would be returning to the UK in December to perform in cities across the country, culminating with a night at London’s O2 Arena. The BBC was at Reading to capture the festivities, including The Black Keys' performance of "Little Black Submarines," off their latest album, El Camino. You can watch that performance below.

The summer tour also brought The Black Keys to Paris, where the band performed at the Rock en Seine festival on Saturday. While in Paris, the band was featured on last night's episode of Le Grand Journal on Canal+, performing "Gold on the Ceiling," also from El Camino. You catch that performance below as well.

"Little Black Submarines" at the Reading Festival, via the BBC:

"Gold on the Ceiling" on Le Grand Journal:

Veuillez installer Flash Player pour lire la vidéo

Earlier this summer, The Black Keys headlined at Lollapalooza in Chicago. While there, drummer Patrick Carney spoke with The Weekly Feed about the band's recent success and the years of hard work that helped make it happen. You can listen to the interview here:



Up next, the band performs a free set on the Great Lawn of New York's Central Park as part of the Global Poverty Project's Global Festival 2012 on September 29, which also includes music from Neil Young with Crazy Horse, Foo Fighters, Band of Horses, and K’Naan, followed by a week-long tour of California in early October, including two nights at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. For all of their currently scheduled tour dates and details, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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