Laura Marling's Jack White-produced Neil Young cover released this month

Marling's version of 'The Needle And The Damage Done' out November 15

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Laura Marling's collaboration single with Jack White is set to be released this month.

The Brit folk artist has recorded versions of Jackson C Frank's 'Blues Run The Game' and Neil Young's 'The Needle And The Damage Done', both produced by White.

The release will be available on 100 limited-edition 'Tri-Color' records exclusively at London's Rough Trade East store on November 13. It will be released on black seven-inch vinyl on November 15.

"I went and recorded with Jack when I was passing through Nashville on our US tour," Marling told NME earlier this year.

She added: "The whole process took about 25 minutes, two songs bashed out and recorded and done, it was wonderful. The care that's gone into crafting the studio is amazing. It goes with out saying that Jack is a very important figure in modern music, and it was very exciting to work with him."

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