The Dead Weather have revealed new track ‘Mile Markers’ with a new performance video.
Directed by Jack White, the black and white film is the second in the band’s four-part series of instruction videos. Each video demonstrates a band member’s instrumental set-up, before leading viewers through a new track from their forthcoming album ‘Dodge And Burn’.
The first video saw Jack White explain his drumming technique before the band played ‘Hanging From The Heavens’. In the new video, which premiered on Mojo, bassist Jack Lawrence guides us through his bass playing technique before a full band performance of ‘Mile Makers’.
Watch the video below:
The band, which consists of The Kills’ Alison Mosshart, Jack White, Dean Fertita and Jack Lawrence, released their second album ‘Sea Of Cowards’ in 2010, which followed 2009 debut ‘Horehound’.
Having issued a series of seven-inch singles over the past couple of years, the group will now release third full-length ‘Dodge And Burn’ on September 25 via White’s own Third Man Records.
The album will feature eight new songs, as well as the four previously released songs (‘Buzzkill(er)’, ‘It’s Just Too Bad’, ‘Open Up (That’s Enough)’ and ‘Rough Detective’, the latter having been remixed and remastered for the new release.
At the start of the week (September 14) The Dead Weather made their live return to perform the album’s opening track ‘I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)’ on Stephen Colbert’s US TV programme The Late Show. Watch the performance here.
See the full tracklisting for ‘Dodge And Burn’ below:
‘I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)’
‘Let Me Through’
‘Three Dollar Hat’
‘Lose The Right’
‘Open Up (That’s Enough)’
‘Cop And Go’