Jack White Confirms Radiohead Recorded at White’s Third Man Studio

After Thom Yorke dropped a perhaps not so subtle hint that the legendary alternative band had spent time working with Jack White at last month’s Bonnaroo Festival, White today clarified the situation.

In an interview released earlier today by BBC 6Music, the Raconteur, White Stripe, Dead Weather-er and solo artist confirmed that Radiohead did indeed record in his Third Man Studio, though White himself was not involved in either writing, playing or producing any of the material.

This is the transcript of the interview from earlier today, which you can also listen to here:

“I don’t know how much to tell about. I didn’t play with them or produce it, but they came and recorded at Third Man, and I don’t know what else they want to be said about that so that’s probably all I can say!”

Rumours had circulated that White and Radiohead would be joining each other to collaborate on new material, but it appears that for now, that rumour seems to have been put on the backburner.

White himself released his first solo effort, Blunderbuss earlier in the year, to a good deal of critical acclaim, whilst alternative stalwarts, Radiohead are set to play three UK shows in October, the first time the Oxford band will have played the UK in three years.

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