Confirmed The Raconteurs announce new album ‘Help Us Stranger’

The Raconteurs announce new album ‘Help Us Stranger’

They’ll release the follow-up to 2008’s ‘Consolers of the Lonely’ this June.

The Raconteurs have announced details of their new album ‘Help Us Stranger’.

The band - made up of Jack White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler - will release the follow-up to 2008’s ‘Consolers of the Lonely’ on 21st June via Third Man Records.

Recorded at - quelle surprise - Third Man Studios in Nashville and mixed at Blackbird Studios, the record’s set to feature appearances from QOTSA/ The Dead Weather’s Dean Fertita, aswell as Lillie Mae Rische and her sister Scarlett Rische. It will also feature their recent singles ‘Sunday Driver’ and ‘Now That You’re Gone’.

The tracklisting for the ‘Help Us Stranger’ is as follows.

Bored and Razed
Help Me Stranger
Only Child
Don’t Bother Me
Shine The Light On Me
Somedays (I Don’t Feel Like Trying)
Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)
Sunday Driver
Now That You’re Gone
Live A Lie
What’s Yours Is Mine
Thoughts and Prayers

The supergroup will also be playing shows in Paris, Brussels, Cologne, and Berlin later this year, before heading on to Heartland, Orange Warsaw and Best Kept Secret festivals.

The dates are:

MAY
25 All Points East
26 Paris Olympia
27 Brussels Cirque Royal
28 Cologne E-Werk
30 Berlin Verti Music Hall
31 Heartland Festival

JUNE
01 Orange Warsaw Festival
02 Best Kept Secret


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