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Jack White unveils new song 'Just One Drink' - listen

The track comes from the former White Stripes man's second solo album 'Lazaretto'

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Jack White has unveiled a new song, 'Just One Drink'.

Click here to listen to the track via Rolling Stone. The song comes from the former White Stripes man's new album, 'Lazaretto', which comes out on June 9 and also features the previously released 'High Ball Stepper' and the album's title track. Scroll down for a full tracklisting.

A special vinyl 'Ultra' version of 'Lazaretto' will be available. The 180 gram release will feature two vinyl-only hidden tracks, which will be situated under the labels on the record, with one playing at 78 rpm and one at 45 rpm, making the release a three speed album. The mix of the album will also be different from the digital and CD release and have a different running order.

Jack White will play a one-off UK show this summer. He will appear at London's Eventim Apollo on July 5. This is White's second scheduled appearance in the UK this summer and will come after he plays Glastonbury Festival in June.

The 'Lazaretto' tracklisting is:

'Three Women'
'Lazaretto'
'Temporary Ground'
'Would You Fight For My Love?'
'High Ball Stepper'
'Just One Drink'
'Alone In My Home'
'Entitlement'
'That Black Bat Licorice'
'I Think I Found The Culprit'
'Want And Able'


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