White Stripes make live recordings available

Fans can download ‘The Denial Twist’ from each night of UK tour

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The White Stripes are set to make live recordings from their forthcoming UK dates available to fans.

The band, who kick off their sold out British dates at the Hammersmith Apollo on November 5, will record a live version of song ‘The Denial Twist’ every night which fans can then download.

The track is available through Whitestripes.com and can be purchased in advance either via credit card or SMS text message (UK only) for each night of the tour. The song can then be downloaded following the show.

In addition the band have also produced unique artwork for each date of the tour.

Everyone who attends the tour will be handed a free blank CDR featuring the cover from the night they attend at the end of each show, otherwise the images can be viewed on the site.

The White Stripes UK tour includes the following dates:

London Hammersmith Apollo (Nov 5-6)
London Alexdanra Palace (8-9)
Blackpool Empress Ballroom (10-11)
Glasgow Academy (13-15)
Manchester Apollo (17)

For an exclusive White Stripes interview, see next week’s NME out nationwide on November 9.

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