We can only imagine what it would be like to attend an intimate, 500-capacity Jack White show in England the week after his album release. Some fans in the U.K. were lucky enough to witness said show, at The Garage in London on March 28, and, thankfully for the rest of us, Jack White has shared a rowdy video recording from the performance. In the clip, White performs “Over and Over and Over” from his third solo album Boarding House Reach, which came out March 23, for an elated crowd. White is probably better-known for his sold-out auditorium shows and festival headliners, but this particular performance feels more like an epic basement rock act, one that attendees are sure to be talking about for years. Watch it go down below.
White is currently on a massive world tour behind Boarding House Reach, with dates slated not only for characteristic cities like Chicago and Seattle, but also for more off-kilter places like Joensuu, Finland and Riga, Latvia. When you’re Jack White, your tour knows no locational restraints. He’s also playing Governors Ball in New York City this Friday, June 1. For a complete listing of shows, visit Jack White’s website.
Among other recent stunts by White, he joined country singer Margo Price, who’s signed to his Third Man Records, on stage at the Ryman Auditorium for a surprise rendition of The White Stripes’ tune “Honey, We Can’t Afford To Look This Cheap.” We also caught White’s rule-breaking rock show at Shaky Knees earlier this month, and you can revisit our review of Boarding House Reach right here.