The Black Keys announce new album, ‘Ohio Players’

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Listen to their first single “Beautiful People (Stay High)” and enjoy their official video.

A new album is on the way for the Ohio duo, full of fun to the rhythm of the classic sound of The Black Keys. Their most collaborative work to date, find all the details of Ohio Players, Available April 5th via Nonesuch/Warner Records.

The American band, which recently visited Mexico as part of the festival Crown Capital, is ready to release her twelfth studio album to the public, Ohio Players. For Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney This album is a different project, which adds fun to the style of The Black Keys and his collaborators, including Greg Kurstin, Noel Gallagher and more.

His first single, “Beautiful People (Stay High)”, is co-written by the band, Dan “The Automator” Nakamura and Beck. This first look at the album lets us see a little of that fun, something they were looking for in their collaborations, in a fusion of rock, funk and soul.

It is in the variety of its sounds that The Black Keys It turns to nostalgia in a melody that stays in your mind, vibrant in its simplicity. The music video allows us to travel in time, like a program for youth in the 60s, the black and white image makes the body dance behind the screen.

Ohio Players It will be available on April 5 via Nonesuch Records.

  1. “This Is Nowhere”
  2. “Don’t Let Me Go”
  3. “Beautiful People (Stay High)”
  4. “On The Game”
  5. “Only Love Matters”
  6. “Candy And Her Friends (feat. Lil Noid)”
  7. “I Forgot To Be Your Lover”
  8. “Please Me (Till I’m Satisfied)”
  9. “You’ll Pay”
  10. “Paper Crown (feat. Beck and Juicy J)”
  11. “Live Till I Die”
  12. “Read Em And Weep”
  13. “Fever Tree”
  14. “Everytime You Leave”

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