Jack White has said that there is zero chance of The White Stripes ever reforming in the future.
The 'Seven Nation Army' band confirmed that they were no longer together last year, putting an end to speculation after the duo took many years away from the limelight.
Now focused on his solo work, as well as producing for others, White has stated that he can't imagine a future that involves returning to the stage with sister Meg. "I don't think that could ever happen; it's all done." White said. Adding: "But the lord works in mysterious ways so there'll probably be something better come out of me one day. I hope so, I've got nothing better to do."
Speaking to Newsuur, White also revealed that he rarely takes time away from music and has only had three holidays in his life.
"I feel a responsibility to the music; I've given myself away a long time ago. That's what I do and that's what consumes me every day. I can have a house and a car and have children, and I can go out to eat and do that stuff too, but it's all second and third place to what I've already given myself away to. I can't help myself."
It was reported yesterday that White could be set to produce the next Rolling Stones album.