The White Stripes
The White Stripes are releasing their first material for nearly two years with the new single, 'Icky Thump' which also is the title track of their forthcoming sixth album. Released on June 11th 2007, 'Icky Thump' is already being hailed as a triumphant return and also comes with two other new tracks, 'Baby Brother' and 'Catch Hell Blues'.
This June is a particularly busy time for the band in the UK. In addition to this single release, they've also announced a cover mounted one-sided etched red 7" of the track 'Rag And Bone' (only available on the cover of the NME) on the 6th, headlining the Wireless Festival at Hyde Park in London on the 14th and Harewood House in Leeds the following day and are releasing the new album on the 18th.
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