Published Nov 05, 2014While Jack White was talking vintage blues last week during a panel discussion at Yale, the beloved entertainer has got back to promoting his own songbook by delivering a new 7-inch single. Launched today (November 5) through White's Third Man Records, the 45 reps Lazaretto track "Would You Fight for My Love?", as well as an exclusive B-side.
The 7-inch features the album version on "Would You Fight for My Love?", which is second official single to be pulled from White sophomore set. A vinyl single had been delivered for the title cut earlier this year.
Adding a bit of exclusivity to the release, the B-side hosts a cover of Hello=Fire's "Parallel," a track that originally appeared on the Dean Fertita-led project's 2009 self-titled debut. The track was co-written between Fertita, who plays with White in the Dead Weather, and Brendan Benson, who had stood shoulder-to-shoulder with White in the Raconteurs.
You can buy the new 7-inch here, and that's the cover above.
As previously reported, the Dead Weather recently issued their "Buzzkill(er)"/"It's Just Too Bad" as a 7-inch exclusive to members of Third Man's Vault series, while the tracks were made available digitally yesterday (November 4).