Jack White confirms new album with two new songs
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Over the past week, Jack White's name has become a headline staple with a handful of summertime music festivals confirming his appearance. After months of speculations and a cryptic teaser later, the singer has confirmed the release of his much-anticipated new album. On Wednesday, White announced the release of his third solo album, Boarding House Reach, by releasing two songs from it.

The first song, the album's lead single, "Connected By Love" was given an official music video for the occasion. The five-minute, Pasqual Gutierrez-directed clip can be seen above. The second song White unveiled is titled "Respect Commander" and can be streamed here.

In December, White posted a four-minute teaser clip titled "Servings and Portions from my Boarding House Reach." Shortly after the mix debuted, fans began to speculate that the songs featured in the clip would be included on the new album. Theories were also popping around that the new album would be titled "Boarding House Reach," which proved to be true.

In addition to the two new songs and new album confirmation, White has also announced that he will be releasing a limited edition 7-inch vinyl featuring both "Connected By Love" and "Respect Commander." The 7-inch will only be available this Saturday, Jan. 13, at Third Man Records' stores in Nashville and Detroit.

Boarding House Reach is the follow-up to 2014's Lazaretto. In support of the new album, White has already been confirmed to headline several music festivals including Shaky Knees in Atlanta, Boston Calling, and New York's Governors Ball. While there has been no official release date given, Boarding House Reach will be released through White's Third Man Records and Columbia Records.