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You Can Watch Jack White’s Album-Release Concert Right Now

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Jack White‘s much-anticipated, and definitely unique, album ‘Lazaretto’ came out yesterday, and he and his band played a release party to kick off the release. NPR filmed the concert, which was held in the legendary California venue Fonda Theater, and you can watch the show in its entirety here.

The set kicks off with a rendition of the White Stripes tune ‘Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground’ that is much louder and more raucous than usual. The whole affair clocks in at a whopping two hours, and it’s pretty bitchin’ throughout.

To go along with his new album, White just announced a bunch of tour dates on his Facebook page. Those dates start off in August and carry on through September. He’ll be on ‘Conan’ tonight to talk about the new record and play some music.

While you’re waiting for White to show up in your town, you can watch this music video for ‘Lazaretto’ below.

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