Jack White has shared the new video for his track ‘Corporation’, which depicts the musician at the centre of a murder mystery – watch the clip below.
White is continuing to promote his third solo LP ‘Boarding House Reach’, which was released back in March.
The video for ‘Corporation’ is set in rural America, which kicks off with detectives investigating a crime scene in a grand country house as the camera then pans to a lifeless White, who appears to have been mysteriously murdered.
The video is currently a Tidal exclusive – which you can watch here if you’re subscribed to that streaming service – but you can see two teaser clips for Jack White’s ‘Corporation’ below.
Jack White x "Corporation"Coming soon exclusively on TIDAL.com/JackWhite
Posted by TIDAL on Sunday, July 15, 2018
Who wants to start a corporation? // Watch now on TIDAL // smartURL.it/JWcorporationTidal
Posted by Jack White on Monday, July 16, 2018
Jack White recently performed at Mad Cool Festival in Madrid, Spain – see the NME review of the show here.
The former White Stripes musician was honoured for his support of the now-defunct label Kings Records, which released records by the likes of James Brown, Bootsy Collins and Otis Williams.
Awarding the honour, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley said: “Jack White has been an unfailing supporter of King Records. Jack has actually covered Little Willie John’s song, ‘I’m Shakin’,’ which on the original recording our own Philip Paul played the drums.”