Next Tuesday, RollingStone.com premieres the Black Keys' new video for "Little Black Submarines." Check out the sneak-peek still above from the clip, which finds the band shredding at the tiny Nashville rock joint Springwater Supper Club. A former speakeasy, the Supper Club over the years has hosted country legends such as Willie Nelson and Townes Van Zandt. It was also the first Music City venue to obtain a liquor license, guitarist and Nashville resident Dan Auerbach tells Rolling Stone. "It's a really cool building," he says. "It's been there forever. It's got a lot of history. It's one of three or four different little small dive bars in town. It's special because it's so old."
First Look at the Black Keys' New 'Little Black Submarines' Video
Band throws down in Nashville's tiny Springwater Supper Club
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