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Published: 2014/06/04

Jack White to Visit The Tonight Show Ahead of Lazaretto Release

Ahead of the release of his new solo album Lazaretto, Jack White will sit down with Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon for an interview and performance on June 9. Lazaretto is due out June 10 via Third Man Records.

Among possible topics for the interview include White’s public feud with The Black Keys. The guitarist and the Ohio rockers have had a war of words recently, stemming from leaked emails from White regarding the band, Dan Auerbach in particular.

As you may recall, White and pal Neil Young visited The Tonight Show prior to the release of his covers album A Letter Home. That performance and interview is available to watch over on Relix.com

Today, Jack White also premiered the official video for the title track which you can watch here.

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Clive Bigsby June 4, 2014, 12:04:28

Someone deflate that huge head of his already.

Joshua Katt June 5, 2014, 08:54:41

It would bring me great joy to smash that telephone booth recording booth of his with a baseball bat, perhaps while he’s inside…

Igor July 16, 2015, 10:26:55

yes that’s it entirely it’s a way to get a dilgaoue started, all on the same level. A way of sharing our common humanity. @ Brad, I can’t even imagine temperatures that cold. We’re definitely spoilt with our weather in the UK, damp and dreary as it sometimes can be@ Karen, gosh that sounds gruesome! Networking without small talk I’d be lost, never be able to say a thing I’m glad I have a twitter stream that’s full of wittering twitterers rather than power networkers!@ Fred, hello and welcome and thank you for highlighting the serotonin hit from my talking about the weather @ Brad, how interesting re the perfect weather I see this is a theme that emerges later on too (once or twice ) Although we fantasise about having weather we can rely on (even a couple of days of reliably dry weather would be nice) I think we’d be bored rigid if we had the same weather all the time. Would definitely need to find something else to small talk about As @Karen suggests moving onto the traffic (I guess I could talk about the boats ) or as @Emma pointed out, the British psyche might just collapse and we’d stop talking altogether

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