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BLACK KEYS DRUMMER PENS THEME FOR NEW NETFLIX SERIES

Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney has collaborated with his uncle Ralph to create the opening credits theme music for BoJack Horseman, a new animated series on Netflix. According to Diffuser, the show follows a washed-up horse actor who used to star in the hit ’90s sitcom, Horsin’ Around. BoJack is voiced by Will Arnett, while other voices are provided by Aaron Paul, Amy Sedaris and Alison Brie.

Modern rock act Grouplove handled the theme music for the end credits.

The first season of BoJack Horseman consists of 12 episodes, all of which are now available on Netflix.

The Black Keys will kick off a massive North American fall tour on Friday (September 5th) in Columbus, Ohio, wrapping up on December 21st in Kansas City.

Carney told us what the stage show is going to look like: "It's a lot of like really weird '70s PAR cans and stuff, mixed with some moving screens and super contemporary video stuff. But the main thing is, we want it to look cool but not be pretentious. And we didn't want any lasers."

The duo are touring in support of their eighth studio album, Turn Blue, which became the first Number One album of the Keys' 13-year career when it debuted at the top of the Billboard album chart in May.

CHECK IT OUT: Watch the BoJack Horseman opening credits:

Here are the closing credits with music by Grouplove:

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