Watch: The Black Keys Share "I Forgot To Be Your Lover" from 'Ohio Players'

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The Black Keys have debuted the second track off their upcoming album, Ohio Players: a rendition of William Bell's "I Forgot To Be Your Lover" that features the band's good friends Tommy Brenneck and Kelly Finnigan. You can watch the lyric video here.

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The Black Keys have debuted the second track off their upcoming album, Ohio Players (out April 5 via Nonesuch/Warner Records): a rendition of William Bell's "I Forgot To Be Your Lover" that features the band’s good friends Tommy Brenneck and Kelly Finnigan. The track, available now on all streaming platforms, follows the album’s lead single “Beautiful People (Stay High).” You can listen to “I Forgot To Be Your Lover” here and watch the lyric video below. And you can pre-order Ohio Players here.

The reimagined song joins the original tracks on an album unlike any of the band’s others, featuring collaborations among the band’s Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney and various additional friends and colleagues, including Beck, Noel Gallagher, Greg Kurstin, and others.

Earlier this week, The Black Keys were announced as performers for the 8th annual Love Rocks NYC benefit concert as well as performers for the NASCAR Chicago Street Race in Grant Park.

The Black Keys were recently announced as SXSW Music Festival performers. This addition follows the announcement that Auerbach and Carney will be partaking in a special keynote as well as premiering their new documentary This is a Film About The Black Keys during the festival. The documentary traces Auerbach’s and Carney’s remarkable journey from two neighborhood kids jamming in a basement in Ohio to rock ‘n roll superstardom.

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The Black Keys: "I Forgot to Be Your Lover" [video]
  • Friday, February 9, 2024
    Watch: The Black Keys Share "I Forgot To Be Your Lover" from 'Ohio Players'

    The Black Keys have debuted the second track off their upcoming album, Ohio Players (out April 5 via Nonesuch/Warner Records): a rendition of William Bell's "I Forgot To Be Your Lover" that features the band’s good friends Tommy Brenneck and Kelly Finnigan. The track, available now on all streaming platforms, follows the album’s lead single “Beautiful People (Stay High).” You can listen to “I Forgot To Be Your Lover” here and watch the lyric video below. And you can pre-order Ohio Players here.

    The reimagined song joins the original tracks on an album unlike any of the band’s others, featuring collaborations among the band’s Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney and various additional friends and colleagues, including Beck, Noel Gallagher, Greg Kurstin, and others.

    Earlier this week, The Black Keys were announced as performers for the 8th annual Love Rocks NYC benefit concert as well as performers for the NASCAR Chicago Street Race in Grant Park.

    The Black Keys were recently announced as SXSW Music Festival performers. This addition follows the announcement that Auerbach and Carney will be partaking in a special keynote as well as premiering their new documentary This is a Film About The Black Keys during the festival. The documentary traces Auerbach’s and Carney’s remarkable journey from two neighborhood kids jamming in a basement in Ohio to rock ‘n roll superstardom.

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