The Black Keys Media Blitz Rolls Out

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We're not gonna talk about every single TV show the Black Keys play the next few weeks. Things would just get way too crazy with that, since they're playing, like, all of them.

Plus, they don't live here anymore.

But since their new album, El Camino, came out yesterday, and tickets for their show at the Q in March go on sale Friday, we figured we'd share these two clips from The Colbert Report last night.

First up is "Lonely Boy":

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And here's "Gold on the Ceiling":

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That's it.

We promise not to share links to anything else the Black Keys do this month. Unless we find something really cool we have to tell you about. —Michael Gallucci

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