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Black Keys Announce New Album On Mike Tyson's Twitter Account
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 Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The Black Keys have revealed that their newest album, Turn Blue, will be released on May 13. The duo announced the news on Mike Tyson's Twitter account.

The news came out on the retired boxer's Twitter feed, where a tweet to a YouTube link led fans to a video featuring an offbeat commercial for Turn Blue.

A voiceover for the clip noted the album's release date. The link also noted that fans could pre-order the album and offered methods of payment.

The track "Fever" is the first single from the band's eighth studio album. Their last album, El Camino, dropped in 2011 and featured the hits "Gold on the Ceiling" and "Lonely Boy." The Keys will be appearing at Alabama's Hangout Music Fest (May 16-18) and touring Europe in the summer.

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