Seven Nation Army


"Seven Nation Army" is a song by the American rock duo The White Stripes, released in 2003 as the lead single from their album "Elephant." The song was written and composed by Jack White, who also performed vocals, guitar, and bass for the track, along with Meg White on drums. Notably, the distinctive guitar riff, played by Jack White on a semi-acoustic guitar, became one of the most recognizable motifs in rock music. The song's original key is E minor. "Seven Nation Army" achieved widespread commercial success and critical acclaim, winning the Grammy Award for Best Rock Song in 2004. Beyond its musical impact, the song's chant-like melody and anthemic quality have made it a staple at sporting events and rallies worldwide. Its simple yet powerful lyrics and driving rhythm contribute to its enduring popularity and cultural significance.