Jack White premiered his new song "Connected by Love" on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show today, his first new music since December's collage "Servings and Portions From My Boarding House Reach".
As with most White singles, there is a b-side.More news: Baltimore Hospital 'Takes Responsibility' For Woman Left Outside In Cold
The first track, "Connected By Love", features White's introspective side along with a bombastic chorus, gospel-tinged backup vocals from The McCrary Sisters' Ann and Regina McCrary and a keyboard-versus-guitar solo-trading section with Soulive/Lettuce keyboardist Neal Evans.
White has also announced three U.S. festival headline performances: Shaky Knees in Atlanta (May 4-6), Boston Calling 2018 (May 25-27), and Governor's Ball in New York (June 1-3). He's also confirmed that his next solo record is, indeed, titled Boarding House Reach.More news: NHS: Patients 'dying prematurely' in corridors, A&E bosses warn May
Both "Connected by Love" and "Respect Commander" are available now for digital download, and "Connected by Love" is accompanied by a video that focuses on different characters as they react to the news that another planet is headed for Earth. While White took lead on vocalist and acoustic guitar. The album is the follow-up to 2014's Lazaretto.
"Connected By Love" and "Respect Commander" are both now available digitally worldwide and as a physical 7" pressed at Third Man Pressing in Detroit, MI.More news: December Retail Inflation At 17-Month High Of 5.21%
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