By: Annie Scaramuzzino
Jack White has us shakin’ with excitement for his latest music video.
The Detroit rocker debuted a video today (October 10th) for the song “I’m Shakin”; a cover of the 1950s song of the same name by Little Willie John.
The track comes off of his latest studio album Blunderbuss, marking his fouth release from the LP behind "Freedom at 21", “Sixteen Saltines” and “Love Interruption”.
The video, which was directed by Dori Oskowitz, features both White’s all-female and all-male backing bands performing together in a unique way that’s, well, twice as nice!
Jack White is currently on tour with both bands, which alternate performing with him depending on Jack’s word the morning of a show.
A variation of the group will also play at Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit Concert at the Shoreline Ampitheatre in Mountainview, CA on October 20th and 21st.
Jack White’s US tour wraps up on October 28th at the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience in New Orleans before he heads overseas to play dates in Ireland and the UK.
Check out the music video for “I’m Shakin’” below and make sure to leave us with your thoughts in the comments section!