You’ve heard it once before, but it bears repeating, now.

New White Stripes album due in April
The White Stripes will release their fourth studio album, “Elephant,” on April 15, Billboard reports.
The follow up to the Detroit rockers’ breakthrough record, “White Blood Cells,” will be released on their imprint, “Third Man,” through V2 Records.
The 14-track album will include “In Cold, Cold Night,” a song showcasing Meg’s vocal talents, and “I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself,” and a Burt Bacharach cover.
In a effort to curb Internet leaks, the media received double vinyl copies of “Elephant” instead of CDs. Vinyl copies of the album will be available publicly at the same time as the CD version.
The band is not expected to tour until the April. Whirlwind Heat, the first act signed to the “Third Man” imprint, will also release its debut album this spring.