While mercurial in his music, Jack White is more consistent when it comes to colour. The White Stripes’ aesthetic tended towards red, white and black, which complemented their retro-styled Third Man Records empire, which has since expanded to Detroit, Nashville, and London. However, the most consistent period of White’s solo career is undoubtedly the blue phase. The album ‘Fear of the Dawn’ contains heavy basslines, a characteristic that will be familiar to fans of the band.
The ‘Steady as She Goes’ hitmaker – who’s satisfactory recognized for fronting The White Stripes and The Raconteurs – has very exclusive solo albums out this yr, the heavy ‘Fear of the Dawn’ and the acoustic ‘Entering Heaven Alive’, and he admitted he finds it irritating while humans try to pigeonhole his sound.
He instructed The Sun newspaper: “Nobody likes to be labelled. If I see an editorial written approximately me that asserts ‘rocker Jack White’, I don’t like it. But I do get why someone would possibly say it.
“If they are saying, ‘White Stripe Jack White’ because they handiest understand me from that, I additionally take into account that perfectly. But I’m left thinking, ‘I’m now not just the guy from The White Stripes’.
“People have stated I’m ‘the Willy Wonka of music’. Again, I understand it. But the words just sound so silly!”