Here’s how to listen to an unreleased Black Keys song

Publish Date
Friday, 18 December 2020, 10:08AM
John Peets

John Peets

The Black Keys are gearing up to release the 10th anniversary deluxe edition of their 6th studio album, Brothers, on Friday (December 18), and on Wednesday (December 16), the band let fans know how they could listen to an unreleased song called "Keep My Name Outta Your Mouth" a couple days early.

This is an unreleased track from Brothers," The Black Keys wrote on Twitter. "The name of the track is Keep My Name Outta Your Mouth. It is available exclusively to members of The Lonely Boys & Girls Club." For those who aren't part of the fan club, you can sign up here.

Check out The Black Keys' post and the Brothers reissue tracklist below.

Brothers (Deluxe Remastered Anniversary Edition) Tracklisting

1. “Everlasting Light”

2. “Next Girl”

3. “Tighten Up”

4. “Howlin’ for You”

5. “She’s Long Gone”

6. “Black Mud”

7. “The Only One”

8. “Too Afraid to Love You”

9. “Ten Cent Pistol”

10. “Sinister Kid”

11. “The Go Getter”

12. “I’m Not the One”

13. “Unknown Brother”

14. “Never Give You Up”

15. “These Days”

16. “Chop and Change” *

17. “Keep My Name Outta Your Mouth” **

18. “Black Mud Part II” ***

*Previously released on The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

**Previously unreleased

***Previously unreleased

Brothers (Deluxe Remastered Anniversary Edition) 7” Box Set

● Limited edition – only 7500 copies available worldwide

● Nine 7” singles

● New liner notes written by David Fricke

● Three bonus songs

● 60-page book photos from the archives

● Limited edition poster

● Special heat-sensitive ink on cover

Brothers (Deluxe Remastered Anniversary Edition) 2-LP Set

● 140-gram vinyl

● 12” vinyl tip-on gatefold double-pocket album jacket

● New liner notes written by David Fricke

● Three bonus songs

● Insert with photos

Brothers (Deluxe Remastered Anniversary Edition) CD

● Single CD

● Booklet with new liner notes written by David Fricke and photos from the archive

● Three bonus songs

This article was first published on iheart.com and is republished here with permission