White Stripes have changed the details of their vinyl single ’THERE’S NO HOME FOR YOU HERE’.
The Detroit duo will release the single on limited edition seven-inch vinyl only on March 15.
The original plan was to back the song with a previously unheard ten-minute version of ’Elephant’ track ‘Ball And Biscuit’.
That’s now been changed, and the single will feature a medley of old songs ‘I Fought Piranhas’ and ‘Let’s Build A Home’. Like the original B-side, both were recorded at the Electric Lady studio in NYC.
A spokesperson for the band told NME.COM: “Because the first song was so long it just wasn’t possible to put it onto a vinyl seven inch. That’s why it’s been changed.”
White Stripes headline this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals.