With their fractured Angles recording sessions, the absence of any definite tour plans, and the complete media blackout surrounding their new album, The Strokes are giving every indication that their time together is up. When you consider that Comedown Machine, the band’s new album, will be their last on release RCA, it all makes sense. So when the video for their song “All The Time” was released earlier this month, it seemed to confirm what everyone was already thinking….
New Strokes Album Streaming on Pitchfork Advance
The new Strokes album, Comedown Machine, is now streaming on Pitchfork Advance. You can listen to it here. The album is set to be released in the US on March 26th. I’ll have a review up for this very soon.
What “All the Time” Means for The Strokes
Is This It cursed The Strokes. While it’s a nearly perfect record and one of the most influential albums of the aughts, The Strokes could never again live up to the standard set by Is This It, at least in the eyes of music critics. When the band released the excellent Room on Fire in 2003, they were criticized for repeating the style of their debut. The Strokes responded by releasing First Impressions of Earth…
Listen the latest Strokes song: All The Time
Source. The Strokes – Comedown Machine Strokes just released their latest single, All The Time, from the upcoming album Comedown Machine, which is set to be release on 26th March this year. They also released the album track, One Way Trigger, and the album’s artwork. Source The album’s tracklisting: 01. Tap Out 02. All the Time 03. One Way Trigger 04. Welcome to Japan 05. 80′s Comedown Machine…