The Black Keys have just released another new song, “This Is Nowhere,” which is out now. The single is the third released from their upcoming album, Ohio Players, which will be out on April 5th via Nonesuch/Warner Records.

Co-written by Beck, who also worked on the band’s recent single “Beautiful People (Stay High),” the track finds its place on an album unlike any of the band’s others, featuring collaborations with various other friends and colleagues, including Noel Gallagher, Greg Kurstin, Juicy J, Lil Noid, and others.

Listen to “This Is Nowhere” below and pre-order Ohio Players here.

Next week, The Black Keys head to SXSW where they will be premiering their new documentary This is a Film About The Black Keys on March 11th as well as performing as part of two Easy Eye Sound showcases at Stubb’s and Mohawk. In addition, Auerbach and Carney will be partaking in a special keynote during the festival.

Earlier this week, The Black Keys announced their first tour dates in support of Ohio Players. With more dates to follow, the band heads to the UK and Ireland to debut their brand-new live show. Tickets for Manchester and London are on-sale today, and tickets for Cardiff and Dublin are on-sale March 15th. Circa Waves is set to support the band on all dates.

In addition to the UK shows, just two days after the release of their album, the band will be taking the stage as a headliner at the Men’s NCAA Final Four Fan Fest in Phoenix, AZ on April 7th. Additionally, this summer, they’ll be performing for the NASCAR Chicago Street Race in Grant Park.


Black Keys

Ohio Players artwork


  1. This Is Nowhere
  2. Don’t Let Me Go
  3. Beautiful People (Stay High)
  4. On the Game
  5. Only Love Matters
  6. Candy and Her Friends feat. Lil Noid
  7. I Forgot to Be Your Lover
  8. Please Me (Till I’m Satisfied)
  9. You’ll Pay
  10. Paper Crown feat. Beck & Juicy J
  11. Live Till I Die
  12. Read Em and Weep
  13. Fever Tree
  14. Every Time You Leave

Tour dates:

April 7             Phoenix, AZ             Hance Park (NCAA March Madness Music Festival)

April 27           Manchester, UK       Co-Op Arena

April 30           Cardiff, Wales          Utilita Arena

May 3              Dublin, IE                3Arena

May 7              London, UK             Brixton Academy

May 8              London, UK             Brixton Academy

July 6              Chicago, IL              Grant Park (NASCAR Street Race)