Ahead of the release of his forthcoming album 'Boarding House Reach', Jack White has unveiled yet another single entitled 'Corporation' - and there's a very infectious experimental funk vibe about it that we hope to see more of on the rest of the album.
'Corporation' follows previous two singles 'Connected By Love' and 'Respect Commander'; both from his upcoming third solo studio album 'Boarding House Reach'.
The record follows his 2014 album 'Lazaretto', which topped the US charts, though his latest release is the 2016 compilation 'Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016'.
Jack White has also announced a new North American tour that will kick off on April 19th at Detroit's Little Caesars Arena. In June, he will perform a short European leg including shows at London's Hammersmith Apollo, before returning to North America for another round of shows in August.
One key point about the upcoming shows is that he will be banning all phones and other electronic devices, meaning that fans will have to lock away their gadgets to be allowed to stay and enjoy the full live experience.
'Boarding House Reach' will be released on March 23rd 2018 through Third Man, XL and Columbia Records.
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