Jack White has added 19 new dates to his ‘Supply Chain Issues’ world tour, which will take place in both North and South America.
White’s two studio albums for 2022
The new dates announced today (June 21) will include a mix of headlining shows and festival attendance. The tour comes in support of White’s two studio albums for 2022: “Fear of the Dawn” from April and the upcoming “Entering Heaven Alive”, which is set for release next month.
Backing in California band The Paranoids Extra Three
Cat Power would open for White on four of the new dates, while California band The Paranoids would support on an additional three. The full list of new dates can be seen below.
Island of Love – Joe White’s Third Man
White will play two shows at London’s Apollo next week, performing on Monday 27 June and Tuesday 28. Island of Love – who are the first Londoners to sign to White’s Third Man Records – will open the first show, while Yard Act will open the second. White will embark on a four-week tour of Europe, before performing at the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan in late July.
first time in 14 years
The “Supply Chain Issues” tour began earlier this year, and includes a variety of support acts – among them Be Your Own Pet, which reunited at White’s request for the first time in 14 years. Others include The Kills – which includes White’s Dead Weather bandmate Allison Moshardt – as well as Geese, Starcrawlers and Men I Trust.
The tour started on 8 April
The same day that White released ‘Fear of the Dawn’. In a three-star review, NME stated that the album “sets out on the road to rock redemption”. Let the properties radiate on,” it read.