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The Raconteurs have released a new double A-side single, “Sunday Driver” / “Now That You’re Gone”.

Hear both songs below:

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In the new issue of Uncut – in shops tomorrow (December 20) but available to buy now by clicking hereJack White sheds a little more light on The Raconteurs’ upcoming album.

“We are recording everything live,” he reveals. “We really want to to capture how great that bands sound live… We have around 15 ideas and it’s sounding really good. We’ll go back and finish it before Christmas.”

Read more about The Raconteurs album – as well as big-hitting returns from The Specials, Drive-By Truckers, Nick Cave, Jarvis Cocker and many more – in Uncut’s 2019 albums preview, in the new issue out tomorrow.

The March 2019 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with New Order on the cover. Inside, you’ll find Pete Shelley (RIP), our massive 2019 albums preview, Sharon Van Etten, Mark Knopfler, Paul Simonon, John Martyn, Steve Gunn and much more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including Bruce Springsteen, William Tyler and the Dream Syndicate.

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