The Black Keys - Fever video

2014-05-01 by apokolypz | 3 Comments
The Black Keys have released the official video for the lead single, "Fever", for their
album, "Turn Blue", coming out May 13th. The video parodies the song itself along with
Sunday worship, more tongue in cheek humor with an old television commercial ad influence,
which has been a present theme in all teasers the band has revealed.



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XingKing
May 1st 2014
11090 Comments


I know a lot of people were bashing on this song when it first dropped, but I really like the first three minutes. The video is cool but much like the song, it doesn't go anywhere

Green Baron
May 1st 2014
21602 Comments


song is suprisingly boring

kaparoni
May 2nd 2014
167 Comments


Song is so boring . The second sigle is boring too. Their letest was great but this one is gonna be bad

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