If you're keeping track with the latest Jack White news you know that in April White made "The World's Fastest Released Record," In May the moderately ambiguous singer's private emails were leaked accusing the Black Keys of riding his coattails. Then, over the weekend White took to his website releasing a lengthy statement apologizing to the Black Keys and Meg White, etc. for what was viewed as negative comments.
Let's remember these were confidential remarks made during a feud with an ongoing custody battle with ex Karen Elson. Keys drummer, Patrick Carney, was very cool in his response saying, "We've all said fucked-up shit in private, and divorce is hard."
So back to what's really important here, the music. White will release his highly anticipated sophomore solo album, "Lazaretto," on June 10 through his own Third Man Records and it is now streaming in full on iTunes Radio. Also check out White performing new song "Temporary Ground" live above.