As for the girl – check out session musician and multi-instrumentalist Olivia Jean’s debut solo LP due to drop via Third Man Records on October 14th.opens like a retro nickelodeon flick, and features lone wolf Jack White fidgeting with a glass of whiskey in a bar swathed in blue while casting sideways glances at a woman selecting a song on a Jukebox.

The band, comprising of Jack White and ex-wife Meg White released a statement saying they 'will make no further new recordings or perform live.'They added that there were a 'myriad of reasons' for the breakup, but the main reason was to 'preserve what is beautiful and special about the band.' The statement continued: 'The reason is not due to artistic differences or lack of wanting to continue, nor any health issues as both Meg and Jack [White] are feeling fine and in good health.'However, it's thought that Meg's inability to conquer her crippling stage fright led to the pair's decision to dissolve their hugely-successful partnership.

The band cancelled a host of live shows in 2007 and haven't appeared live since.

White and the mysterious woman in black (who looks suspiciously like Olivia Jean) never manage to lock eyes.

White said in a statement that the video was “conceptualized, produced and shot within a 24-hour period,” and the entire bar scene was shot within six hours at the Cruise Room of the Oxford Hotel in Denver, Colorado.

In an exclusive preview clip of the interview on, White talks about the reasons behind his decision to relocate from Detroit and set up shop in Nashville – just one of the many topics the interview promises to cover.

If you can’t watch on Tuesday, it will be aired again on Wednesday, September 17th at pm EST, Thursday the 18th at 7pm EST, Friday the 19th at pm EST again, and finally Sunday 21st at 10am EST.She is often recognized as the singer and guitarist of The Black Belles, a quartet of bewitching rock ‘n’ roll women assembled by White that received a lot of attention really quickly before the band quietly dissipated.Since then, she’s been working on her debut solo album Bathtub Love Killings, on which Jean plays multiple instruments, and which will be produced by White (naturally).Now it appears that the band's last recording will be their live album Under The Great White Northern Lights, which was released last year.However, in a sweet postscript to fans, the band posted on the official White Stripes website saying: 'The White Stripes do not belong to Meg and Jack anymore.'The White Stripes belongs to you now and you can do with it whatever you want.Watch the Q&A below and consider whether “Seven National Army” would be, as Stephen suggests, a great way to sell yogurt.