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The Black Keys New Album 'Turn Blue' Is Now Available To Stream In Full

QUEBEC CITY, QC - JULY 06:  Patrick Carney (L) and Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys perform during the Quebec Festival D'ete on
QUEBEC CITY, QC - JULY 06: Patrick Carney (L) and Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys perform during the Quebec Festival D'ete on July 6, 2013 in Quebec City, Canada. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images)

In a surprise that at least made a difference for Black Keys fans suffering through a boring Monday night, the band released their new album, "Turn Blue," to stream in full, a week prior to its May 13 release via Nonesuch Records.

"Turn Blue" marks the band's eighth studio album, a follow-up to 2011's "El Camino." Patrick Carney notes that "it pays to listen to it more than once," and you can listen to "Turn Blue" twice or even nine hundred times over at iTunes radio. Also, don't forget to watch that sweaty preacher video.

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