Watch: Gary Clark Jr. gets loud on a cover of The Beatles' 'Come Together'
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Blues rocker Gary Clark Jr. has turned the amps up to 11 on his new cover of "Come Together" by The Beatles. The musician has covered the iconic song in collaboration with "The Justice League" movie, which hits theaters everywhere beginning Nov. 17. Listen to the electric song above.

Meshing clips of the upcoming action movie with Clark rocking atop a mountainous island, the psychedelic video is the latest musical effort in promotion. The movie's soundtrack also features collaborations from Sigrid, Logos and The White Stripes, whose riff-heavy song "Icky Thump" is used.

Clark Jr. currently has two tour dates remaining in 2017. The musician will rock the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles on Nov. 1 before capping the year at Summit LA17 in Los Angeles on Dec. 5.

His Orpheum Theatre show runs in conjunction with Exodus 40 Live, which will celebrate the 40-year anniversary of Bob Marley's iconic album of the same name. Ziggy MarleyTom Morello and Aloe Blacc are among the near-dozen musicians set to perform. Tickets for the show are still available on AXS.com.