After 14 years together, The White Stripes has officially been disbanded. The alternative rock group consisted of the songwriter Jack White (vocals, guitar, and keyboards) and drummer Meg White (drums and vocals) and was formed in 1997. Over the course of their career, the group released 6 studio albums and several successful singles, including “Seven Nation Army” that won them a Grammy for Best Rock Song in 2004.

The group issued the following statement:

During their illustrious career, the group won 5 Grammy awards and had two #1 UK albums to their credit. They had considerable success in the States too with three of their albums being certified platinum with sales of a million plus. Their last album, 2007’s “Icky Thump” was certified Gold.