LISTEN: Jack White Shreds on New Song "Over and Over and Over"

Also hear White talk about the “wildness” rock needs in our exclusive clip!

March 1, 2018
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Jack White just dropped another new track, and it’s one we could for sure listen to “Over and Over and Over.”

It’s got that classic White guitar and will have you tapping along—hear him shred below!

In a recent Rolling Stone interview, White said that "Over and Over and Over" first came about over 13 years ago. Since then, he tried recording it as a White Stripes song. And a Raconteurs song. And as a JAY-Z collaboration. But sometimes you just need a year (or 13) before it all finally clicks.

Pretty wild, huh? Bonus: The new track just may have that “wildness” Jack says rock needs.

He recently told us, “Since rock & roll’s inception, every 10, 12, years there’s a breath of fresh air and a new injection of some sort of what you could I guess call punk attitude or something like that. A wildness. Things get crazy, and then they get crazy for a couple years. Then they kind of get subtle, and then you’ve gotta wait for the next wave to come through and get people really excited and screaming about it again.”

Hear more in our exclusive clip below!

“Over and Over and Over” follows “Connected By Love,” “Respect Commander,” and “Corporation”—all of which will be featured on White’s upcoming album, Boarding House Reach, which drops March 23.

Following the album’s release, White hits the road for his North American tour, beginning April 19 in his Detroit hometown.