Jack White’s new record, the follow up to Blunderbuss, is 12 tracks long and it has been in the works for around a year. The development of the album stop because of a case of writer’s block. White then thought about collaborating with his younger self to fix that issue.
He told NPR:
“And then I thought, before I [throw these way], why don’t I pull some of these characters out, some of these names, some of these sentences, and work with them? And I did. And it became a way to collaborate with my younger self.”
Stream the record here.