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White Stripes Share Previously Unreleased ‘Seven Nation Army’ Performance From Bonnaroo 2007

The White Stripes shared a previously unreleased video of the band's performance of "Seven Nation Army" from their legendary 2007 Bonnaroo set. The 90-minute-plus set closed…
Katherine Turman / January 22, 2021

The White Stripes Announce Box Set for 20th Anniversary of Self-Titled Debut Album

The White Stripes' debut self-titled album turns 20 this year, and is being given a new box set to mark the occasion. THE WHITE STRIPES XX is being…
Will Gottsegen / August 7, 2019

The Strokes: Our 2003 Cover Story, The Rebirth of Cool

This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of SPIN. "Is it okay to let the girls in?" Smoggy asks. The Strokes'
Marc Spitz / July 14, 2019

The White Stripes’ 10 Best Videos

In memory of Detroit’s now-defunct duo, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite White Stripes songs and videos.
Kam Tambini / April 9, 2019

Meg White Wasn’t the Only Anxious White Stripe

It's been five years since the White Stripes ended their final tour early, citing drummer Meg White's "acute anxiety." Now, in an admirably candid half-hour…
Marc Hogan / July 20, 2012

White Stripes Are Dead, Long Live White Stripes

Here's the main reason you shouldn't spend too much time mourning the demise of the White Stripes: They were already gone.
Steve Kandell / February 8, 2011

Meg and Jack White Talk Relationship Issues

EDITOR'S NOTE: This story appeared in conjunction with SPIN's first cover story on the White Stripes, in October 2002. Back then, the band continued to…
Chuck Klosterman / February 2, 2011

REMEMBER: The White Stripes by Chuck Klosterman

[EDITOR'S NOTE, February 2, 2010: Because the White Stripes announced today that they are officially disbanding, we are republishing Chuck Klosterman's first interview with the…
Chuck Klosterman / February 2, 2011

Breaking News: The White Stripes Split Up

Candy-colored rock duo the White Stripes have officially called it quits, bringing an end to their years-long hiatus.
William Goodman / February 2, 2011