"Respect Commander" - Jack White [YouTube Audio Single]

Jack White gets trippy on experimental genre-defying single
Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published January 10, 2018

Distorted guitar, pounding drums, hyper beats, and quirky glitches lend a funky and experimental vibe on "Respect Commander," one of two songs released today from Jack White's upcoming album Boarding House Reach. Listen above.

To say that Jack is a creative genius would not be an understatement. When you think you have a grasp on where the song is going, it shifts course. With doses of garage rock, blues, metal, electronic, and old school hip hop, it is not like anything we have ever heard!  Lyrically, White talks about a mysterious woman who commands his respect.  Many will draw a line to Beyoncé, with whom White collaborated on the song "Don't Hurt Yourself" from 2016's Lemonade album.

Boarding House Reach is scheduled to be released on March 23. Pick up the album and single on the Third Man Records' website.  Also, check out the new music video for "Connected By Love" here on Zumic.

Jack will be performing at this year's Boston Calling and Governors Ball festivals. For tickets and more, check out the Jack White Zumic artist page.


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