White Denim have unveiled plans for a new studio album, with none other than Jeff Tweedy at the controls.
Everybody's favourite fried Texans, White Denim are now a genuine cult property. Deeply independent, the band always take a hands-on approaching to the recording process.
However for their next studio album, White Denim are set to team up with an imposing talent. Wilco's Jeff Tweedy recently worked with Low on their new album, and the songwriter has agreed to assist the Texan four piece with their next step.
Singer and guitarist James Petralli spoke to Relix Magazine recently, explaining: “We’ve always had a very D.I.Y. approach to recording. Early on, it was because of necessity but we always liked the idea of being a D.I.Y. band. So it was mind-blowing to go from that to recording in The Loft.”
Sessions with Tweedy have apparently resulted in two brand new tracks, which will feature on the band's fifth studio album.
White Denim are expected to release their new album later this year.