Sunday Driver / Now That You're Gone - Single - The Raconteurs

Sunday Driver / Now That You're Gone - Single

The Raconteurs

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2018-12-19
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • ℗ 2018 Third Man Records, LLC


Title Artist Time
Sunday Driver The Raconteurs 3:39 USD 1.29
Now That You're Gone The Raconteurs 3:56 USD 1.29


  • Nothing new here

    By Cyanidecoma
    It sounds very easily formulated and predictable. Nothing new here. Buy Brendan Bensons albums, they’re catchy for the laymen but a fun listen.
  • Artists

    By jskilgo
    Always fun to see what Jack White will come up with next. He’s like the Willy Wonka of music and The Raconteurs always have, and always will rock! That video was awesome btw. Would love to see a return of cool music videos by real bands like this! Great work overall. Can’t wait for the rest of the album.
  • Best News of 2019...Raconteurs are BACK!

    By MasterPlanet
    Absolutely awesome to hear some real guitar-driven alternative music back. Nobody does it better than Brendan Benson and Jack White together. Grab these tunes. And, their other albums while you are at it.
  • Wow

    By songwriterchrislane -
    Heard this 4 times before I knew who it was- ROCK N ROLL never sounded better!!!!!
  • Still a bore.

    By The Bradleyss
    They just don't make anything interesting. Yes, "real guitars and real drums," but the songs are a bore. Jack White seems to put minimal effort into everything he does.
  • Welcome Back

    By 1Gossard
    Actual guitars and drums. How original and great. Now, we'll be getting a Dead Weather album in the near future. Thanks Jackie White
  • Style

    By ZenReeves
    It sounds very 70’s. I love it!
  • Like rock should be.

    By Nurk Twin
    This song takes me back to a time when rock was rock and there was everything else.
  • Now that you’re gone is so good.

    By shane0154
    Welcome back, Jack!!
  • Sounds good, forgetable overall

    By James Owl
    High marks for presentation, the band is comprised of talented musicians, but sadly, the lyrics come off like they were conjured on the spot in one take, without much thought put into them at all. The words are just an excuse to perform music well. Well, The Raconteurs have done much better before at delivering the total package. So, in fairness to their best work, can't give this little rockabilly diddy more than a passable 3/5.

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