The Black Keys share “I Forgot To Be Your Lover”

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A 1968 soul classic is reinterpreted by The Black Keys on his new single. “I Forgot To Be Your Lover” arrives in anticipation of the group’s next album: Ohio Players.

The American duo, The Black Keys continues the promotion of his twelfth musical material Ohio Playersthis time paying tribute to the American singer and songwriter William Bell. ““I Forgot To Be Your Lover” It is a perfect song to be performed by the group made up of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney and, as they share in a post of x, It is the perfect reason to dedicate on Valentine’s Day.

The shades of blues cross again with rock in the mix that has characterized the artistic career of The Black Keys. The classic soul of “I Forgot To Be Your Lover” has been converted into a fresh proposal that excites us in anticipation of the group’s new music and that contains new textures in the string melodies and exalts the delicate singing of Auerbach.

Along with the simple “Beautiful People (Stay High)”this new stage of The Black Keys promises to be full of soft nuances of drama and new instrumental elements that will delight its listeners. Ohio Players It will be available next April 5th through Easy Eye Sound. Meanwhile, we leave you the preview “I Forgot To Be Your Lover” right here for you to enjoy.


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