Rockers THE White Stripes have signed a record deal with Warner Bros Records, the home of Madonna, Cher, Frank Sinatra and Red Hot Chili Peppers. The band have been label-less since ending their last deal with V2 - a company which has since collapsed. The new deal is thought to be for just one album provisionally - and does not include releases by Jack White's side project The Raconteurs, which is handled by the rocker's own imprint THIRD MAN.