New Videos: Jack White's 'Sixteen Saltines', Gossip's 'Perfect World'


New Videos: Jack White's 'Sixteen Saltines', Gossip's 'Perfect World'
The ex-White Stripes star is dealing with unruly kids, while the Beth Ditto-fronted band bring rainbow to a gloomy place.


Jack White releases a music video filmed to promote his second solo single titled "Sixteen Saltiness". Almost at the same time, Gossip premiere their own clip in an effort to support their new song called "Perfect World".

The "Sixteen Saltiness" video highlights a group of unruly kids in some random places and sees the former member of The White Stripes being tied in the backseat of a car. While he struggles to free himself, a boy is seen pouring what looks like a gasoline on the hood of the vehicle.

The "Perfect World" clip, meanwhile, takes its focus on the band's performance scene. Beth Ditto and her bandmates are taking over a dark place with the help of some dancers. Together, they bring color to the building, turning it from a gloomy place into a rainbow-colored one.

"Sixteen Saltiness" is taken from Jack's solo studio album "Blunderbuss", which is due in the United States on April 24. As for "Perfect World", it's confirmed for Gossip's "A Joyful Noise" which is scheduled to come out across the country on May 22.

© AceShowbiz.com


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