Jack White has premiered a new solo song called “If I Die Tomorrow.”
The track will appear on the upcoming album Entering Heaven Alive, the second of two solo records the White Stripes/Raconteurs/Dead Weather rocker is releasing this year, following April’s Fear of the Dawn.
If you’ve heard Fear of the Dawn, you may recognize the phrase “If I Die Tomorrow” as a lyric from the single “What’s the Trick?” However, the two songs sound very different from each other, with “If I Die Tomorrow” taking a more folk-driven route compared to the fuzzed-out rock of “What’s the Trick?”
“If I Die Tomorrow” is available now via digital outlets and is accompanied by a video featuring a cowboy hat-wearing White channeling his Cold Mountain soundtrack days. You can watch that streaming now on YouTube.
Entering Heaven Alive will drop July 22. It also includes the previously released songs “Love Is Selfish,” “Queen of the Bees” and “Taking Me Back (Gently),” an acoustic version of the lead Fear of the Dawn single “Taking Me Back.”
White is currently on his Supply Chain Issues headlining tour, which continues Wednesday in Seattle.
Copyright © 2022, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.