Watch The Dead Weather’s new video for “I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)”

The song is taken from band's new album, Dodge + Burn

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The Dead Weather have released a new video for “I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)“, which is taken from band’s new album, Dodge & Burn.

The video for the song finds the band performing together at Jack White‘s Third Man Records studio.

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The album will be released in September 2015 on Third Man Records.

It will feature eight new songs alongside four previously released tracks that have been remixed and remastered for this album.

Open Up (That’s Enough)“, Rough Detective”, “Buzzkill(er)” and “It’s Just Too Bad” were previously available as subscription-only 7″s.

The tracklisting for The Dead Weather’s Dodge & Burn is:

I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)
Buzzkill(er)
Let Me Through
Three Dollar Hat
Lose The Right
Rough Detective
Open Up
Be Still
Mile Markers
Cop and Go
Too Bad
Impossible Winner

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