Posted by: Phil | October 22, 2009

The Dead Weather Recording New Album

Allison Mosshart and Jack White from The Dead Weather. Picture taken by Menomena.

Allison Mosshart and Jack White from The Dead Weather. Picture taken by Menomena.

According to a report done by nme.com, The Dead Weather are already working on their next album while on their tour and plan to return to the studio sometime “between now and Christmas” vocalist Allison Mosshart told Radio 1’s Newsbeat. This release would follow their debut album, Horehound, which was released just this past July to some relative fanfare from critics. For those hoping that Jack White will finally return to The White Stripes or even The Raconteurs (Alongside bassist Jack Lawrence), it seems you’ll have to wait a bit longer.

“They [the songs] sound great. I really like them,” Allison added in the interview. “We’ve been playing three or four of them onstage, so they keep changing all the time.”

After finishing up their North American tour at the Teatro Estudio Cavaret in Guadalajara, Mexico, the band has already started their UK tour in Edinburgh and their tour ends with a small European stint with a final gig in Stockholm, Sweden.

You can check out a rough live recording of their new song “I Can’t Hear You” below. There’s also “Jawbreaker” and “You Just Can’t Win (Them)” from the same concert in the related videos. They seem to be still in the same post-rock blues vein as their original album. Be sure to give Horehound a listen when you get a chance as it’s currently $8.99 from amazon.com.

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