The White Stripes to release new live album 'Under Amazonian Lights'

Despite having being broken up for many years, The White Stripes are soon to be returning with the release of an archived live album and boxset.

The recording, dubbed 'Under Amazonian Lights', was recorded during the band's tour of South America back in 2005, and includes two different versions of 'The Same Boy You've Always Known' as well as cover of Bob Dylan's 'Lovesick Blues'.

The album will be released through Jack White's Third Man Records subscription service, The Vault, and will also include a live DVD of the pair's performance at the Teatro Amazonas Opera House during the tour, as well as a 7" copy of 'Let You Down', a poster, postcards, and pins.

To be able to order it all, you need to be signed up to The Vault, which you can do here, by the 31st January. Have a look at the full live tracklisting below.

1. 'Blue Orchid'
2. 'Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground'
3. 'Black Math' / 'Lovesick Blues' (Bob Dylan cover)
4. 'My Doorbell'
5. 'Passive Manipulation'
6. 'Hotel Yorba'
7. 'The Same Boy You’ve Always Known' (electric)
8. 'The Same Boy You’ve Always Known' (acoustic)
9. 'Little Ghost'
10. 'When I Hear My Name'
11. 'I Asked For Water (Howlin Wolf)'
12. 'Fell in Love With a Girl'
13. 'The Nurse'
14. 'Little Bird'
15. 'Death Letter (Son House)'
16. 'St. James Infirmary' (traditional)
17. 'Screwdriver'
18. 'Passive Manipulation' (reprise)
19. 'I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself'
20. '(I’ll Be With You) In Apple Blossom Time' (Albert Von Tilzer/Neville Fleeson)
21. 'I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself'
22. 'Seven Nation Army'

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