August 27, 2007 22:58

Danger Mouse joins forces with The Black Keys

Super-producer also readies new Gnarls Barkley album

Danger Mouse joins forces with The Black Keys
Danger Mouse has revealed that he is producing The Black Keys' fourth studio album.

The Ohio duo plan to release the as-yet-untitled album in 2008 via Nonesuch.

In addition, Danger Mouse has just finished producing Martina Topley-Bird's new album, 'The Blue God'. The former Tricky collaborator plans to release her album next year as well.

Meanwhile, Danger Mouse and his Gnarls Barkley cohort Cee-Lo Green are working on the follow--up to last year's 'St Elsewhere' at a ranch in Atlanta, Georgia. They are planning to release the new album late this year or early next year.

Stay tuned to NME.COM for further details about all these projects.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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