Jack White's Third Man Records to release new Willy Moon single

'Railroad Track'/'Bang Bang' will be released on August 20

Jack White's Third Man Records is set to release 'Railroad Track', the new single from New Zealand singer, musician and producer, Willy Moon.

Watch the video to the song above. The single is released on seven-inch and digitally on August 20 and will be backed with a version of Nancy Sinatra's 'Bang Bang'. The video was shot on location in Nashville, where White's Third Man recording studio is based. Check out this week's issue of NME to read an interview with Willy Moon in which he takes us around Third Man HQ.

Jack White recently confirmed that Radiohead have also been recording new material at Third Man Records. Speaking to BBC 6 Music, the singer revealed that the Oxford band had been working in the studio owned by his record label – but also insisted that he hadn't been involved in the recording sessions.

Beck released a limited-edition single on Third Man Records earlier this year. 'I Just Started Hating Some People Today'/'Blue Randy' was recorded last year at the Third Man studio when Beck was in the Tennessee city recording the follow-up to 2008's 'Modern Guilt'.

Other established artists to release one-off singles on the Third Man label include Tom Jones, Laura Marling and Insane Clown Posse.



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