After releasing “Sunday Driver,” “Now That You’re Gone,” and a cover of Donovan’s “Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness),” The Raconteurs have dropped a video for their new track “Help Me Stranger.”
The gritty, shuffly track revolves around Jack White and Brendan Benson’s assertive harmonies with a shifty, skittering beat, making for a catchy, singable track that you’ll keep playing on repeat. “Help Me Stranger,” which serves as the title track to their forthcoming album Help Us Stranger, comes accompanied by a Tasuhiko Shimizu-directed video that’s filmed in Kimitsu, Japan. The clip is primarily a performance video that comes interspersed with clips from within a phone booth, shots of the band with glowing green eyes, and a baby that turns into smoke.
Watch the video for “Help Me Stranger” below.
Help Us Stranger is set for release on June 21st.