The Raconteurs share trailer for upcoming concert film, Live At Electric Lady

The set was filmed in 2019 to honour Electric Lady Studios’ 50th anniversary.

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The Raconteurs will be putting out a new concert film focused on their 2019 performance at Electric Lady Studios in New York City. A first look at The Raconteurs: Live At Electric Lady has been offered in a one-minute trailer from the band today (28 May). Take a look below.

The film is set to premiere on YouTube tomorrow (29 May at 10am, ET), with an accompanying live EP – said to be an “enhanced album experience” – released exclusively on Spotify.

In the trailer’s YouTube description, it was explained that the band’s live set from last year was carried out in honour of Electric Lady Studios’ 50th anniversary. While at the studio, the Raconteurs also took part in an interview with filmmaker Jim Marmusch, who makes a brief cameo in the trailer.

Live At Electric Lady will be the seventh live record put out by the rock quartet, following the release of Live In Tulsa, an extensive triple-album from March of this year.

The Raconteurs – known as The Saboteurs in Australia – is Jack White’s ongoing music collaboration with guitarist and vocalist Brendan Benson, bassist Jack Lawrence and drummer Patrick Keeler.

The band’s third and latest studio album, Help Us Stranger was released last June under White’s own Third Man Records – arriving over a decade after 2008’s Consolers Of The Lonely.

Another concert film set to broadcast over YouTube this week (30 May) is Led Zeppelin’s Celebration – which features footage from the legendary rock group’s acclaimed reunion show in 2007, part of a tribute concert to honour the late Atlantic Records co-founder, Ahmet Ertegun.

Stream The Raconteurs: Live At Electric Lady here.

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