Image via Jack White on Facebook

Image via Jack White on Facebook

Ten years is a long time for something to stay hidden, but it seems Jack White somehow managed it with an old single of his. An old single that he recorded with a friend of his in 2004 has been discovered inside a piece of furniture. Having previously worked as an upholster, White recorded the recently discovered single with Brian Muldoon under the name The Upholsters. The story of how the single got inside the furniture might be even more ridiculous, though, as it was revealed that they stitched the 100 copies of the single they pressed into furniture that they were working on.

White’s label, Third Man Records, has revealed that two copies of the single have been discovered thus far. The single was apparently stitched into the furniture that White and Muldoon were working on to celebrate Muldoon’s 25th year in the business. In a post on the Third Man Records website, it has been revealed that the single featured art by Detroit-based artist Gordon Newton. Check out the cover art for the single here.

(Third Man Records)

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