The White Stripes may have broken up earlier this year, but they're not letting their non-existence getting in the way of debuting new material. The rock duo has released two previously unheard tracks through the Vault subscription service of Jack White's label, Third Man Records.
The two songs are fuzzy, bluesy takes on vintage tracks: "Signed D.C." comes from '60s psychedelic act Love, while Otis Redding originally performed "I've Been Loving You Too Long." The latter features some especially gnarly riffs from Mr. White. Listen to audio rips of both tracks below.
The Third Man Records Vault service offers exclusive access to its members from the label's artists, so perhaps more unreleased Stripes tracks will see the light of day in the future.