Jack White’s Upcoming Album Is Called ‘Boarding House Reach’: Listen To The First Two Singles
Jack White just announced the official title of his upcoming album, Boarding House Reach. The singer also shared two new tracks, titled "Connected By Love" and "Respect Commander" from his album.
Jack White's New Songs
Both songs are now available on Spotify, but the complete track listing for Boarding House Reach will most likely be unveiled in the coming months.
The music video for "Connected By Love" has also been released via YouTube alongside the lyric video for "Respect Commander."
White teased the arrival of the "Connected By Love" music video a day before its release. On his Facebook account, 42-year-old musician confirmed that the clip will be unveiled on Jan. 11.
Album Release Date
Boarding House Reach serves as a follow-up to White's previous full-length 2014 album Lazaretto. The official release date of White's album hasn't been announced, but it will be unveiled via Third Man and Columbia.
What Is Third Man Records
Meanwhile, White owns a company named Third Man Records, which is based in Nashville and Detroit. The company is known for producing vinyl records of mostly songs performed by White. Lazaretto was produced by Third Man Records, and the album sold 40,000 copies within a week.
In September, his company released the "Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016," which mainly featured The White Stripes songs. The album landed in the number 1 spot and became the most popular vinyl in the country. It was also named as the top 8 vinyl album overall.
Jack White's Other Credentials
White's other credentials include writing "Don't Hurt Yourself" with Beyoncé and singing with Jay-Z's wife in her album Lemonade. He also played the guitar for the Detroit-based band, the Raconteurs in 2004. White also played drums for Dead Weather in Nashville in 2009.
His group, The White Stripes, got its name from the idea that music needs a guitar, drums, and voice. He and his bandmates only wear red, white, and black stripes during their performances. Initially, they wanted to play the blues, but they didn't want to be seen as "boy-girl band" attempting them.
Through the years, his music has evolved, and he now wants to write music like how Michael Jackson wrote his tracks. Instead of just humming some melodies, White vows to think of it, too.