The Black Belles Offer Jack White-Produced Debut Album -
The Black Belles

The Black Belles

The Black Belles Offer Jack White-Produced Debut Album

by Andrew Tijs on November 24, 2011

in New Music,News

Creepy Nashville all-girl garage band The Black Belles prime for the release of their self-titled, Jack White-endorsed, debut.

The Black Belles

The Black Belles

The White Stripes mainman, now producer and Third Man label manager, discovered the witchy quartet and recorded their first two 7-inches.

The first, ‘What Can I Do’, became the theme to Elvira’s Movie Macabre TV show and the second, ‘Charlene 11’, saw them as the backing band for master satirist Stephen Colbert.

Single number one from their self-titled debut is ‘Honky Tonk Horror’, featuring the ghoulish gals in their full, grave-robbing, garage glory.

Check out a preview below. The album will be out on December 2.



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