The clip, which is the first official music video that Plant and Krauss have released in 14 years, depicts a series of lonely male travelers on various quests to find seemingly unattainable objects of desire.
The video includes scenes of a man climbing to a mountaintop, a pirate standing in front of a treasure chest, an adventurer soaring through gray clouds on man-made wings, and a man swimming in the ocean toward a mermaid who disappears just as he reaches her.
"Searching for My Love," which originally was recorded by American soul group Bobby Moore & The Rhythm Aces, is a tune that Plant first sang when he was a teenager. The Led Zeppelin frontman says the song was "another nugget of beautiful lost soul music which has been ricocheting between me and Alison for a long time."
As previously reported, Raise the Roof, which was released in November, is a 14-track collection that features 13 covers of songs by "legends and unsung heroes of folk, blues, country and soul music," as well as one original tune co-written by Plant and producer T Bone Burnett, titled "High and Lonesome."
In support of Raise the Roof, Plant and Krauss will launch a U.S. tour leg that runs from a June 1 show in Canandaigua, New York, trough a June 17 appearance at the Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tennessee. The duo also has a series of European concert in late June and July.
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