|THE BLACK KEYS’ NEW SONG “TURN BLUE” PREMIERES ON “SERIOUS BOREDOM”
“Turn Blue,” the title track of The Black Keys’ new album, premiered earlier today on Patrick Carney’s SiriusXM show, “Serious Boredom,” and can be heard here. Out May 13 on Nonesuch Records, Turn Blue was produced by Danger Mouse, Dan Auerbach and Carney and features 11 new tracks including the first single, “Fever,” which can be heard at theblackkeys.com and YouTube. The single is also on sale—alone or as a free instant download with album preorders—at theblackkeys.com/turnblue; the LP, CD or digital version may also be ordered as part of ticket and T-shirt bundles at the band’s site. Digital pre-orders are available at iTunes.
|FOSTER THE PEOPLE’S SUPERMODEL OUT NOW
Foster The People’s Supermodel is out now on Columbia Records. The album, which TIME recently declared “an adventurous, dynamic and expansive effort,” is available here. The band will celebrate Supermodel with a special release day performance of hit single “Coming of Age” on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
|Björk: Biophilia Live at the Tribeca Film Festival
From a mind unlike any other, Biophilia Live chronicles the multidimensional concert centered on the eighth studio album of avant-garde Icelandic artist, Björk. Directors Nick Fenton and Peter Strickland, unique voices in their own right, film Björk live in performance, and punctuate her music with evocative animation from apps created by the world's top 10 designers combined with science and nature archive and found footage. This is inspired by the themes of the album which explore the relationships between musical structures and natural phenomena—atomic, cellular and cosmic. The infinitely creative journey presents a culmination of work that represents one of the most original musical endeavors of a generation.
|EMMYLOU HARRIS’S WRECKING BALL SET TO BE REISSUED APRIL 8 ON NONESUCH RECORDS
Emmylou Harris’s groundbreaking album Wrecking Ball will be reissued April 8 on Nonesuch Records. Produced by Daniel Lanois (U2, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Willie Nelson), Wrecking Ball won the 1996 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album and was highly praised by critics worldwide. The new three-disc set features the remastered original album, a bonus CD of previously unreleased material, and a DVD of the documentary Building the Wrecking Ball, which includes interviews and studio footage of Harris and Lanois as well as special guests Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Neil Young, Steve Earle, Brian Blade, and others.