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The Raconteurs Release Details On First Album in 11 Years, 'Help Us Stranger'
GRAMMY-nominated rock band The Raconteurs are releasing their first album in 11 years, Help Us Stranger, on June 21 via frontman Jack White's Third Man Records, they have confirmed today, along with more details.
The follow-up to the GRAMMY-nominated Consolers Of The Lonely will have 12 tracks, including the two previously released in December 2018, "Sunday Driver" and "Now That You're Gone," according to Pitchfork. The band, which consists of White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler, also released the image of the album's cover art today, which features a green hand on a crosswalk sign.
The band had previously shared that the album is mixed by GRAMMY-winning producer Vance Powell at Sputnik Sound. Powell won the GRAMMY Award for the Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for the band's previous album at the 51st GRAMMY Awards. The band will play their first show in eight years at a Third Man Records event on April 6 in Nashville.
Fans can now sign up for a limited edition vinyl LP now through April 30. More details at the Third Man Store.