Jack White is currently in the midst of an extensive world tour in support of his most recent solo effort, Boarding House Reach, and the former White Stripes frontman is prepping a concert film that captures a performance in Washington, DC, from earlier in the tour.
Jack White: Kneeling at The Anthem in D.C., which was directed by White’s longtime collaborator Emmett Malloy, will be released on September 21 and will be exclusively available via Amazon Prime Video. The film takes from White and his band’s second of two sold-out shows at The Anthem on May 30, 2018, and also features footage from White’s travels around DC and his surprise lunchtime performance at DC’s Woodrow Wilson High School. A six-song live EP of highlights from that show will also be available via Amazon Music.
The Anthem show, a 21-song affair that included nine-song encore, featured cuts from Reach, along with White’s earlier solo albums, plus tracks from his work with The White Stripes, The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather.
A special screening of Kneeling at The Anthem, along with a Q&A with director Malloy, will be held at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on September 18. A limited number of free tickets will be available to the public via RSVP here and to Third Man Records Vault members.
Watch a trailer for the concert film below. Amazon Music is also currently streaming a preview of the accompanying EP with a live version of Boarding House Reach single “Connected By Love,” which can be heard here.