Jack White Unveils Haunting Video for New Song ‘If I Die Tomorrow’
The song is set to appear on the rocker’s second album of 2022, Entering Heaven Alive.
Jack White dropped his newest single, “If I Die Tomorrow” on Wednesday (June 8), along with a chilling music video.
In the accompanying Brantley Gutierrez directed clip, White drags a coffin through snowy landscapes, passing by angels and other imagery about death and the afterlife. “If I die tomorrow, / Will you let us know that I left in peace?” He sings, “I begged and borrowed / Everybody’s affection and they gave for nothing.”
The song is set to appear on the rocker’s second album of 2022, Entering Heaven Alive, set for release on July 22 via his own label, Third Man Records. The follow-up to April’s Fear of the Dawn will also include the previously released singles “Love Is Selfish” and “Queen of the Bees.”
White and Third Man Records have also unveiled the limited edition vinyl variants for Entering Heaven Alive, which are all available for pre-order here starting today. There are three vinyl variants: a “Detroit Denim”, an exclusive version from an independent record store, “Tranquil Torquoise” at the Third Man Records web shop, “Heavenly Eclipse”, via Vinyl Me, Please and a Barnes & Noble edition featuring a slip mat. Pre-orders are possible for standard black vinyl, CD, limited edition Bandcamp exclusive White cassette, and digital download.
Watch the music video for “If I Die Tomorrow” below.
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