White Stripes Fly In And Out Of the Studio

Published: 2005-03-24
Just a few weeks ago The White Stripes entered the studio to work on the follow-up to their massive 2003 album "Elephant", and according to reports from NME the duo has already completed recording the album. The Stripes laid down the tracks in singer/guitarist Jack White's home studio, and the entire process only took the pair about two weeks, managing to record a song a day.

Currently without a title, the album will be the Detroit band's fifth full-length record upon its release. Although the effort has yet to be mixed and mastered, there's a chance the as-yet-untitled project will become available this summer, along with records from other heavy hitters like Coldplay, Oasis, and Weezer.

The garage-rock two-piece make their live return later this year, with a series of dates planned for Mexico this May. The White Stripes are also slated to play the Music Midtown Festival in Atlanta, Georgia, and the incredibly popular Glastonbury Festival in England this June.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt



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