Jack White to release new solo album?
Jack White is believed to be releasing his next solo album, the follow-up to his 2012 release 'Blunderbuss'.
Jack White has hinted he is finishing his next solo album.
The former White Stripes frontman teased fans during an online chat at the weekend on the website message board for his label, Third Man Records.
He said: "I'm producing two albums this month, and finishing them," adding: "One of them is mine."
It is believed he is referring to a solo album, which would follow-up his 2012 release 'Blunderbuss', which featured tracks including 'Love Interruption', 'Sixteen Saltines' and 'Trash Tongue Talker'.
In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine last year, the 38-year-old musician mentioned that he had between 20 and 25 songs already written.
He said: "It's definitely not one sound. It's definitely several. Like you heard in Blunderbuss, there's many different styles there. I don't pick my style and then write a song. I just write whatever comes out of me, and whatever style it is is what it is, and it becomes something later."
His first solo effort debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 and was nominated for three Grammys, including Album of the Year.
Jack's supergroup, the Dead Weather, recently announced they'll be putting out a new album in 2015, after releasing a series of two-song sets over the next year.
Third Man Records will also be releasing four limited-edition 7" singles from the White Stripes' successful 2003 album, 'Elephant'.