Watch Jack White Rip Through 'Catch Hell Blues' & 'Love Interruption' at Lollapalooza 2018

 David James Swanson
Jack White

If you missed Jack White's face-melting performance at Lollapalooza earlier this month, Red Bull TV has you covered. A pair of just-released videos offer a glimpse into White's headlining set from the famous Chicago festival.

In his signature black-and-white attire, the guitarist and singer ripped through The White Stripes classic "Catch Hell Blues" and "Love Interruption" from his solo album Blunderbuss.

Through massive amounts of purple artificial smoke, White makes his guitar scream with his signature high-flying distorted style. Even during the normally calm "Love Interruption," White pushes the tempo and builds up the intensity throughout the song until erupting on the final refrain: "I won't let love disrupt, corrupt or interrupt me anymore."

Other headliners from the festival, which took place in August 2-5 in the Windy City, included The Weeknd, Arctic Monkeys and Bruno Mars. White's latest album, Boarding House Reach, was released earlier this year via Third Man Records.

Check out the videos below:


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