Jack White will be dropping two new full-length albums in 2022. With both albums being released via Third Man Records, Fear of the Dawn is out April 8, and Entering Heaven Alive is due on July 22.
The LPs are linked through two songs that White released in October, his first solo releases after an almost four-year hiatus. Fear of the Dawn opens with “Taking Me Back,” and Entering Heaven Alive finishes with “Taking Me Back (Gently).”
Following 2018’s Boarding House Reach, the back-to-back albums will arrive as the fourth and five solo albums from White. In 2019, the singer also reunited with his former band, The Raconteurs, after ten years apart for their third studio album, Help Us Stranger.
Coinciding with the announcement, White rocked out on the guitar in a self-directed visual for “Taking Me Back.”
Both Fear of the Dawn and Entering Heaven Alive are currently available to pre-order now. Fear of the Dawn will release with a limited-edition midnight blue vinyl version and screen-printed jacket, exclusive to members of the Third Man Records Vault subscription.
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