The White Stripes rip ‘Seven Nation Military’ at Bonnaroo 2007 in new video

The White Stripes rip 'Seven Nation Army' at Bonnaroo 2007 in new video

The White Stripes have shared a fierce 2007 efficiency of ‘Seven Nation Army’ in a brand new stay video – watch it under.

The footage is taken from Jack and Meg White’s closing set on the 2007 version of Tennessee pageant Bonnaroo.

The pair have been digging via their archives extensively over the past six months, and shared a brand new Biggest Hits album final month.

Watch the duo play their greatest hit under.

The garage-rock duo confirmed their break-up again in 2011, having launched their sixth and ultimate report ‘Icky Thump’ in 2007.

Alongside the discharge of the Biggest Hits album, the pair have shared a bunch of recent movies and archived performances, together with a 90-minute animated Xmas Log video simply in time for Christmas final 12 months.

Elsewhere, the Whites just lately made a recording of a 1999 present in Georgia obtainable to obtain on Bandcamp. Proceeds from the album went to US voter participation advocacy group Honest Battle and its work to guard the voters’ rights within the January Georgia runoff elections.

On high of that, additionally they made a handful of B-sides obtainable on streaming providers, and remastered and uploaded to YouTube two performances from a 2002 episode of Saturday Night time Dwell: ‘Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground’ and ‘We’re Going to Be Associates’.

Saying their Biggest Hits album in a press release, Jack White’s Third Man Data wrote: “We get that the concept of ‘Greatest Hits’ could seem irrelevant within the period of streaming, however we additionally wholeheartedly consider that nice bands deserve a ‘Greatest Hits’.

“The White Stripes are a great band with great fans and it feels like a greatest hits compilation from them is not only appropriate but absolutely necessary.”

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