you read that right – there are now five, count ‘em, five songs that are available for your listening pleasure from the black keys’ seventh studio album el camino, due out december 6th. the album was once again produced by danger mouse, who helmed the keys’ rowdy attack and release.
stream the el camino tracks for the price of an email at the black keys link below.
this past weekend saw the premiere of the sonic youth featured episode of pbs music program austin city limits. taped last october, the set above features songs from 2009′s the eternal as well as daydream nation track “cross the breeze.”
but that’s just the first 20 minutes. head over to the pbs site, or just keep watching the above video (it’s automatic) to watch the black keys, who have been everywhere as of late.
two of the front-runners for the grammy category for best alternative music album, guested on steven’s colbert reprort to present their case as to why they deserve the conservative vote. the game? who whored their music out to big business the most.
and when all doesn’t end fairly, it’s time to break out the bats and chains.
the dinosaur friendly boys of the black keys came over to letterman’s last night to perform the brothers jam “tighten up”. dave seemed to be most impressed with dan auerbach’s whistling. aren’t we all?