"Over and Over and Over" is the latest release from the highly anticipated album. This hard rock driven song incorporates an odd hip-hop vibe, a distorted gospel chorus, and even some synth.
Jack White originally envisioned "Over and Over and Over" as a collaborative project with Jay-Z. There's a bluesy feel to it and the almost rapping, shouting vocals is what adds the sense of a hip-hop, making this vision clear.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, White explained his inspiration behind the album.
"I wanted to take punk, hip-hop and rock & roll, and funnel it all into a 2018 time capsule."
This is a similar sound to what has been captured in other songs released from the album such as "Connected By Love" and "Corporation." White has clearly communicated a vision for Boarding House Reach with these songs. It's interesting and weird, drawing you in from the first listen.
Take a listen here:
Boarding House Reach drops on March 23.