The Black Keys To Release First New Material Since 2011's El Camino

The Black Keys will release a new single, "Fever"-- their first new material since 2011's El Camino-- on Monday March 24, Revolt reports.

In the time since El Camino's release, the Black Keys have stayed busy. Dan Auerbach, as previously reported, is working on Lana Del Rey's forthcoming record, Ultraviolence. He's also worked with JEFF the Brotherhood and Ray LaMontagne, in addition to winning a Grammy for Producer of the Year (Non-Classical) in 2013.


Patrick Carney, meanwhile, produced Tennis' Young and Old, and co-produced the Black Lips' recent album, Underneath the Rainbow. He and Auerbach also toured with the Flaming Lips, hung out on "The Colbert Report", and recently performed at the soon-to-close Roseland Ballroom in honor of Super Bowl XLVIII.

The Black Keys won three Grammys in 2013: two for Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for "Lonely Boy", and one for Best Rock Album for El Camino.

No further album plans have been announced at this time.


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