Jack White has confirmed that Radiohead have recorded new material in his Nashville studios.
Rumours about a potential collaboration between White and Radiohead came about recently when Thom Yorke thanked the 'Blunderbuss' star during a festival performance.
Speaking to BBC 6Music about his dealings with Radiohead, Jack White said: "I don't know how much to tell about it. I didn't play with him or produce but they came and recorded at Third Man but I don't know how much more they want to be said about that. That's probably all I can say."
Thom Yorke made a cryptic announcement during Radiohead's performance at Tenessee festival in America which seemed to suggest further revelations about a collaborative project between the two.
York dedicated Radiohead's 'Supercollider' to Jack White during the show, saying: "This song is for Jack White. We saw him yesterday. A big thank-you to him, but we can't tell you why. You'll find out."
Radiohead recently revealed a new track, 'Full Stop' to fans, which was performed live during a show in Cincinnati. Radiohead will perform a string of UK shows in October 2012. For more information visit Gigwise Gig Tickets.
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