The Black Keys released a new single, “Fever,” Monday at 3:30 EST reports Revolt, their first single since their last album El Camino in 2011.
The single will end the longest break for The Black Keys since their initial album The Big Come Up. The Akron, Ohio duo have been busy, however.
Guitarist Dan Auerbach has been busy producing music with JEFF the Brotherhood, Ray LaMontagne, and Lana Del Ray, winning the Grammy for Producer of the Year (Non-Classical) in 2013.
Drummer Patrick Carney has been producing a record for Canadian rockers The Sheepdogs and another for Denver indie-pop group Tennis. He had a high-profile wedding in 2012 with girlfriend Emily Ward, after which professional snowboarder Shaun White was arrested for vandalism and public intoxication.
In 2013, Carney had an internet feud with pop star Justin Beiber in which he changed his Twitter handle to “Justin Beiber” and began reaching out to fans as Beiber.
No details on a new Black Keys album are available, but more info will be released Monday.
You can check out the Black Keys at the Hangout Music Festival in Alabama this May, or in Europe this summer.
The Black Keys won three Grammys in 2013, including Best Rock Album for El Camino, Best Rock Performance for “Lonely Boy,” and Best Rock Song for the song.