Jack White's 'Just One Drink' [Fresh Track]

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Remember when Jack White recorded his record-breaking "Lazaretto" single at an exclusive Third Man Records performance on Record Store Day? Well, he played more songs from his forthcoming Lazaretto (out June 10) than just the titular tune — he also played the instrumental "High Ball Stepper" along with "Three Women," "Would You Fight for My Love" and "Just One Drink," the latter of which was described by The Spin as "suitably classic-Southern-rock-y."

This morning via Rolling Stone, White debuted the album version of "Just One Drink," and it is indeed a rollicking barroom burner, complete with a bluesy, Stones-y progression, a fiddle solo and White's playfully lovesick vocals. "Drink" will kick off Side Two of Lazaretto (see the full track list after the jump), but you can stream the tune right now below.

You can pre-order Lazaretto via Third Man's site (whether or not you want the fancy "Ultra" version that White and his nephew/fellow TMR founder Ben Blackwell recently showed off). White will play Bonnaroo's headlining Saturday night slot, and tickets are still available. Now, stream on.

Lazaretto Track List

Side One
1. Three Women
2. Lazaretto
3. Temporary Ground
4. Would You Fight For My Love?
5. High Ball Stepper

Side Two
6. Just One Drink
7. Alone in My Home
8. That Black Bat Licorice
9. Entitlement
10. I Think I Found the Culprit
11. Want and Able

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