The Raconteurs have confirmed they've finished making their new album.
The Raconteurs have told fans they've ''finished making the rock 'n' roll album you've been waiting for''.
The group also released a statement, saying: ''Just finished making the rock & roll album you've been waiting for.''
The Raconteurs released their debut studio album, 'Broken Boy Soldiers', in 2006 and have not released a new record since 2008's 'Consolers of the Lonely'.
Meanwhile, Jack previously revealed he considers it an artist's responsibility to ''show something that no one else is doing''.
The 43-year-old star - who is best known for his work with The White Stripes - explained his outlook while discussing the rise of digital music.
He shared: ''If it was 1999 and I was asked: 'What do you think about digital music?', it was my job to say: 'Is that what everyone else is doing? Then I don't like it.'
''If the world had been into analogue, I would've said I loved digital. As an artist it is your job not to take the easy way out. I want to be turned on when I listen to an artist speak: I want them to show something that no one else is doing.''
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