There's a new treat on the B-side to 'There's No Home For You Here'...

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.”

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