Jack White has released yet another song off his forthcoming "Boarding House Reach" album. The latest, "Over and Over and Over" (which you can hear below) is a rocker. Starting off with some crunchy guitars reminiscent of Tom Morello. But in typical Jack White fashion it takes a left turn with some soulful vocals. If we've learned anything from what we've heard so far from the new album, it's going to have a myriad of sounds. But that's exactly what Jack White has always done and I love it. Every track sounds different. This song finally sees the light of day as he recently told Rolling Stone that it's origins go back 13 years when he tried to record it with the White Stripes, then later with Jay-Z.
This song joins the previously released "Connected By Love", "Respect Commander", and "Corporation" from the new album which will be released on March 23rd. His show at Little Caesars Arena on April 19th kicks off the tour and is sold out.
Check out the full Rolling Stone interview here
Here's Adam Savage's recent visit to Detroit's Third Man Records with Jack White.