Jack White has unleashed another new track—and this time, he cranks things up as high as they'll go.

"Fear of the Dawn," the title track to White's solo record that is set for release on April 8, is two minutes of pure, gritty rock and roll that's reminiscent of the best and fuzziest sounds he's been creating for the last 20-plus years. The new song comes with a music video, too, directed by White.

Fear of the Dawn is the first of two solo LPs White is releasing this year; Entering Heaven Alive drops on July 22.

Watch Jack White's "Fear of the Dawn" Music Video

The same day Fear of the Dawn hits the streets, White kicks off a massive tour with a two-night residency at Detroit's Masonic Temple Theatre. White and the Supply Chain Issues Tour quartet (featured in the "Fear of the Dawn" video) will make a stop in Portland, Maine, on Tuesday, Aug. 23, at Cross Insurance Arena. This will be White's first-ever live performance in the state of Maine as a solo artist, and only his third time playing in the state in his entire career.

"Fear of the Dawn" is the third track that White has released in anticipation of his new albums. "Taking Me Back" carries a similar vibe while "Love Is Selfish" showcases his more acoustic nature. And for all of the music nerds out there reading this, according to White's social media accounts, "Fear of the Dawn" is considered the B-side to "Love Is Selfish."

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