Jack White Rocks Seven Nation Army at Glastonbury Festival


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(hennemusic) Jack White rocked his White Stripes classic, “Seven Nation Army,” to close a June 26 performance at the UK’s Glastonbury Festival, and the BBC is sharing a video of the concert.

The Detroit rocker appeared on the final day of the event, where he delivered a 15-song set that mixed tracks from his former band and tunes from his side projects The Dead Weather and The Raconteurs, and material from his solo records, including 2022’s “Fear Of The Dawn” and the upcoming “Entering Heaven Alive.”

The BBC is also sharing videos of “Ball And Biscuit” and “What’s The Trick?” from the Glastonbury show, which was the first of White’s month-long European tour and follows the spring North American leg of his 2022 run in support of two new studio albums.

“Fear Of The Dawn” debuted at No. 3 in the UK and No. 4 on the Billboard 200 while topping nine different US album charts, including Current Best Selling Albums, vinyl albums, alternative albums and rock albums, among others.

“Entering Heaven Alive” will be released on July 22. Watch the Glastonbury performance video here.

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Jan G. Gilbert