If you're a White Stripes fan you'll know that before he made it big, Jack White was a furniture upholsterer in Detroit, operating under the company name 'Third Man Upholstery'.

White previously mentioned how he had hidden 100 vinyl copies of an early single in the stitching of furniture that he and his friend Brian Muldoon were working on. The pair recorded together under the name 'The Upholsterers' and the single was their second release.

Now it appears that two copies of 'Your Furniture Was Always Dead… I Was Just Afraid to Tell You' have been found by fans, and White's Third Man Records posted the news and artwork on their website.

The title is a reference to Third Man Upholstery's slogan, which was 'Your Furniture's Not Dead'.

See the artwork below: