Jack White may have recently played with The Muppets, but he's proved that he's no mug when it comes to the music business.
The one-time White Stripes frontman hasn't had a new album since 2014's 'Lazaretto', but is releasing two live albums, recording during the period that he toured his second solo record.
During that tour, he played acoustic gigs in small US cities including Anchorage, Alaska and Boise, Idaho - and those two performances will be released via the subscription service of his own label Third Man Records.
It's not yet known whether 'Acoustic in Alaska' (which was also captured on film and is being released as a DVD) - or 'Acoustic in Idaho' (which will be released on 2XLP) is will be available on general release at any point in the future, but right now the only way to get your mitts on them is via the aforementioned subscription service, Vault, which you have until April 30th to sign up to.
Hear 'Sugar Never Tasted So Good' from the 'Acoustic in Idaho' album below: