See Lillie Mae's First Video From Jack White-Produced Album


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It is arduous to match the dynamism that's Jack White unleashed on a stay stage, however there was all the time one thing concerning the presence of his band member Lillie Mae, who performed fiddle, mandolin and offered backing vocals, that indicated she was equally able to a starring position. 

This was typically on account of her efficiency on songs like Lazaretto's "Short-term Floor," the place her Appalachian tones and sly, sensible strings helped bridge White's renegade blues with subversive southern traditions. Now the 2 have paired up once more, besides now it is Mae's second, together with her White-produced debut Endlessly and Then Some set to be launched April 14th on Third Man Data. Watch the video for the album's first single, "Over The Hill and By means of The Woods," above.

Directed by Elise Tyler, the video options haunting photographs of a solo Mae, photographs that echo the music's tales of loneliness within the wake of a failing romance and the unpredictability of a stressed, wandering coronary heart. Melding distinctive old-time vocal breaks, a wealthy sonic chug that evokes some Seventies rock psychedelia and evocative storytelling, "Over The Hill and By means of The Woods" units the tone for an album that, like labelmate Margo Worth, makes use of the richness of the American musical catalog to pave new floor.

Mae's siblings seem on Eternally and Then Some, with guitarist Frank Carter Rische, Scarlett Rische on mandolin and concord vocals from McKenna Grace Rische. As soon as generally known as nation quartet Jypsi, the brother and sisters charted with the track "I Do not Love You Like That" in 2008. Additionally featured on the LP is the Lifeless Climate and Queens of the Stone age keyboardist Dean Fertita, banjo participant Ian Craft, singer-songwriter Carey Kotsonis and Previous Crow Drugs Present pianist Cory Younts.

Eternally and Then Some monitor itemizing:

1. "Over the Hill and By means of the Woods"
2. "Honky Tonks and Taverns"
three. "Wash Me Clear"
four. "Loaner"
5. "Trustworthy and True"
6. "These Daze"
7. "Eternally and Then Some"
eight. "Nearing House"
9. "To Go Fallacious"
10. "Some Superb Day"
11. "Dance to the Beat of My Personal Drum"