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Jack White releases two new songs, announces third album

13 January 2018

Four years of waiting have paid off, because Jack White has released not one, but two new songs for his fans and the world to hear.

The time has finally come: only days after announcing headlining appearances at several summer festivals including Governors Ball, Boston Calling, and Shaky Knees, and Jack White has officially returned.

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The brooding song highlights White's soulful vocals and urgent performance style.

The clip features several different instances of hard love, from a mother and her son who is involved in illegal activities to a woman caring for her elderly family member, White shows that everybody in the world (which also happens to be seemingly coming to an end thanks to a planet-sized approaching object, for some reason) is connected by this one commitment and emotion. While White took lead on vocalist and acoustic guitar.

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"The two songs are available digitally now, or on a 7" single from the XL Recordings store.

Amongst his worldwide honors, White's long run of career Grammy awards and nominations saw Blunderbuss earning five nods over two years, including "Album of the Year", "Best Rock Album", "Best Rock Song" (for "Freedom At 21"), "Best Rock Performance", and "Best Music Video" (the latter two honoring the single, "I'm Shakin").

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Jack White releases two new songs, announces third album