Rare outtakes from The White Stripes’ first ever record to be released

Jack White's label Third Man to release rare tracks via online service The Vault

Outtakes from The White Stripes‘ first ever recording session are set to be released from the first time.

Alternative takes from the duo’s 1998 seven-inch single ‘Let’s Shake Hands’ – and its B-side ‘Look Me Over Closely’ – will be available via The Vault, the online service of Jack White‘s label Third Man.

The rarities will be available to The Vault‘s platinum subscribers, who will also receive an exclusive vinyl album ‘The Raconteurs, Live In London’ and a screen print poster for The Dead Weather.

The latest release is part of a regular giveaway organised by Third Man for Vault subscribers. Registration for the service is available until October 22, and also includes audio and video previews, pre-sales and more.

See Thirdmanrecords.com/vault for more information.