The White Stripes have officially released the Glitch Mob remix of “Seven Nation Army.”
The electronic trio previously put their spin on the 2000s rock anthem in 2011, but the remix never became widely available. That’s no longer the case, and you can download it now via your digital outlet of choice.
The remix is also accompanied by a video which seems to be an origin story for how Jack and Meg White got trapped in those never-ending triangles in the original “Seven Nation Army” video. Also, now there are skeleton pirates, because why not?
You can watch the remix video steaming now on YouTube.
The original “Seven Nation Army” appears on the Stripes’ 2003 album, Elephant. It’s also included on the now-defunct duo’s Greatest Hits compilation, which dropped last December.
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