First Aid Kit record new song in Jack White’s Third Man retro vinyl recording booth

Folk duo say song 'sounds really old'

First Aid Kit have revealed that they have recorded a brand new song.

The folk duo’s third LP ‘Stay Gold’ was released in 2014. The follow-up to their acclaimed 2012 album ‘The Lion’s Roar’, the record was produced by Mike Mogis and featured the Omaha Symphony Orchestra and arrangements from Bright Eyes band member Nate Walcott.

Now sisters Klara and Johanna Söderberg have posted a photo to Instagram of themselves at Jack White’s Third Man Studios in Nashville, Tennessee.


The caption states that they recorded a new track using White’s retro vinyl recording booth. They say the song “sounds really old”.

Recorded a new song in the recording booth at @thirdmanrecordsofficial. It sounds really old.

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First Aid Kit previously covered Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘America’ for Record Store Day Black Friday in 2015. They also played the song live on US TV.

The pair also appeared on Conor Oberst’s recent solo album ‘Upside Down Mountain’.