In the middle of his current tour supporting his second solo record, ‘Lazaretto,’ the unequaled Jack White has unleashed a brand new music video for the LP’s third single, ‘Would You Fight For My Love?’ Check out the stunningly blue-tinged video above.

The new video was directed by Robert Hales -- a British director who has worked with bands like the Stone Temple Pilots, Nine Inch Nails, Kings of Leon and Soundgarden -- and shot in the Cruise Room, a historic, and original, post-prohibition bar in downtown Denver's Oxford Hotel.

Alongside White, fans will notice several members of his current band in the video including Fats Kaplin and Dominic Davis. White's striking co-star is portrayed by musician and photographer Scout Paré-Phillips. Paré-Phillips actually joined White onstage at Third Man Records on Record Store Day this year for a performance of 'High Ball Stepper' -- the same day that White recorded and pressed the world's fastest record.

It makes sense there would be a connection to White's innovative and high-speed Record Store Day release; according to Third Man Records, the music video for 'Would You Fight for My Love?' was "conceptualized, produced and shot within a 24-hour period. The six-hour shoot came together in less than 12-hours notice."

White is currently on the road through mid-November, including his first-ever solo dates in Mexico. Get his full tour schedule here.

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