As leaders of the garage rock revival, the White Stripes, consisting of Meg and Jack White, gained major popularity after their third album called Elephant in 2003. Elephant won the duo their first Grammy and established them as a powerful rock force. The band was formed by the Detroit natives, and gained popularity in the region before moving to a major record label. They cite blues and folk artists as their inspiration and a lot of the Detroit blues and Detroit garage and punk rock sounds can be heard on their albums. They won another Grammy in 2007 for Icky Thump.
Here are their most acclaimed and awarded videos: