The first solo album from the Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas sounded like it was from the future and since we're technically in the future now, the new single from his upcoming follow-up sounds exactly right.
Strokes fans may be stoked about the impending March 26 release of the band's new album, 'Comedown Machine,' but there is less exciting news when it comes to the group's plans to tour behind the disc. During a recent interview with BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe, bassist Nikolai Fraiture expressed his desire to hit the road with the Strokes but revealed that no shows have been booked.
It's been nearly a month since Seattle radio station 107.7 The End boasted that it was sitting on a promo copy of a new Strokes single titled 'All the Time' and would be playing it imminently. That didn't happen, and in the weeks since, the New York rockers announced a March release for a new album ('Comedown Machine') and leaked a new tune ('One Way Trigger'). But whatever came of 'All the Time?'
Two weeks after a Seattle radio station claimed it had an exclusive on the new Strokes single and a week after news surfaced about plans for a new album, a song bound for the as-yet-untitled disc has surfaced in our inbox.