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Band stream 'Brothers' before official release

Listen to The Black Keys' new album on NME.COM now
The Black Keys have made their forthcoming new album 'Brothers' available to hear in full before its official release exclusively through NME.COM.

To hear the album from the US blues rockers, made available to NME.COM via music streaming site We7, click below. Users outside the UK can hear 30-second clips of each song.

'Brothers' is set for official release on Monday (May 17).





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