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Watch the Black Keys Play Two Songs on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Our favorite bluesy twosome the Black Keys showed up on ‘Saturday Night Live‘ last night along with host Charlize Theron to help celebrate Mother’s Day. The timing couldn’t have been better, since the Keys’ new album, ‘Turn Blue,’ comes out on Tuesday.

Singer and guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney are no strangers to comedy. Their latest video for the song ‘Fever’ plays out like an over-the-top sermon, they prank called their record company and they announced their tour with a hilarious video.

But they stuck to music last night, kicking off their TV spotlight with ‘Fever,’ which you can watch above. They returned a little later and performed the dark, raggedy electro-blues jam ‘Bullet in the Brain.’ You can watch that one below.

After ‘Turn Blue’ comes out, the Black Keys will begin their world tour, which will pretty much keep them on the road through the end of the year. You can check out all the dates here.

Next: Everything You Need to Know About the Black Keys

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