Fans of Jack White, rejoice -- new music is on its way!
The former The White Stripes singer announced on his Third Man Records website that he will release his second solo album, titled "Lazaretto," on June 10. Check out three facts about the record below.
1. White has yet to release a first official single or track listing for the album, however, he previewed an instrumental track titled "High Ball Stepper," which can be heard here.
2. In addition to releasing "Lazaretto" to digital download platforms, the album will be released in a limited-edition vinyl version, which will include a hard-bound booklet of song lyrics, 7-inch versions of two songs, an old-fashioned postcard and more.
3. "Lazaretto" is the follow-up album to White's critically acclaimed 2012 LP "Blunderbuss." Featuring the songs "Sixteen Saltines," "Love Interruption" and "I'm Shakin'," that record debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart upon its release. The album also received several Grammy nominations in 2013, including the coveted Album of the Year.
White began his career as a founding member of The White Stripes, along with his sister Meg. The two released six studio albums together between 1999 and 2007, before officially disbanding in 2011. Some of the duo's biggest hits include "Fell in Love with a Girl," "Seven Nation Army," Blue Orchid" and "Icky Thump."