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The White Stripes' Tour Come to Permanent Halt?

December 11, 2007 (4:59 am) GMT
The White Stripes' Jack White revealed that it is up to his partner Meg to decide whether the band should continue touring or not.
The White Stripes' Tour Come to Permanent Halt?

have indicated the early symptoms of not touring after revealed to Los Angeles Times that it was all up to his partner Meg White and that he wouldn't mind.

The band pulled their lengthy U.S. tour earlier this fall when Meg was said to have "acute anxiety". Considering that, Jack then sees the possibility of not touring in the future but remain as a band just like what did.

"I don't know," Jack said when asked when the hiatus will come to an end. "I guess it's up to Meg. The Beatles did it. I'm joking, but if we didn't ever tour again it wouldn't matter to me."

He added, "There are so many different aspects to being creative that it doesn't matter if one component is changed. It's been changing all the time since the band started. If something (touring) isn't working for you and it's detrimental to you, then you have to figure out a new way to attack it, a new way to look at it. I think that's what Meg's doing."

Off from the stage, the band continued the work behind their latest release, ''. They recently released the music video for the album's third single, 'Conquest'. The album also receive a 50th Grammy Awards nomination for the category 'Best Alternative Album'.

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