In another quick-hit interview, Julian reveals Fab and Nick came up with Drag Queen and that he has a folder of Strokes ideas. He also explains the ‘Future Present Past’ title for the EP.

/via Annie


The pair talk about several things, including that The Strokes stopped making a video for ‘OBLIVIUS’

He also mentions that Warren Fu is directing a video for ‘Threat of Joy’.


UPDATE: I’m not usually a fan of posting YouTube videos from shows, but these 17 from Governor’s Ball are worth your time.

By all accounts, The Strokes’ gig at Gov Ball was outstanding. They played Clampdown, and a slew of other songs.

Via the magic of Periscope, you can watch The Strokes at Gov Ball for however briefly the video stays online. The Strokes — that glorious band that needs to do a proper tour ASAP — begin playing at 1:12.00 in the video.


The Strokes release lyrics, official lyric video for ‘Drag Queen’

June 2, 2016
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The Strokes played Capitol Theatre, debuted new songs

May 31, 2016

  This. @thestrokes #thestrokes @govballnyc — The Capitol Theatre (@capitoltheatre) June 1, 2016   Setlist for @TheStrokes show last night (new songs being played!!!) (thanks to @rodrigoafp for the link) — Lou (@shesfixing) June 1, 2016

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Listen to all four ‘Future Present Past EP’ tracks right here

May 26, 2016

‘Threat of Joy’, the third original song from the ‘Future Present Past EP’, just debuted on BBC Radio. You can now listen to it, along with the ‘Oblivius’ remix by Fab and the two songs that were released earlier today, on a nice, neat Spotify playlist. However, please make sure you purchase the band’s EP. […]

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Listen: The Strokes — ‘Drag Queen’

May 26, 2016

The track debuted on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music show. Thoughts?

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