The Strokes

Julian Casablancas of The Strokes performs at the City of Angels benefit concert at the Wiltern on July 25, 2016

The Strokes Debut New Song During First Concert Since 2017

Listen to "The Adults Are Talking"
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Julian Casablancas of The Strokes performs at Governors Ball on June 3, 2016

The Strokes to Play First U.S. Gig Since 2016

Is a full-scale tour next?
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Julian Casablancas performs with The Strokes in 2011

It Looks Like The Strokes Are Touring In 2019

First announced gig together in 2 years confirmed
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Pink, The Strokes, Luke Bryan, Tyga

Watch The Latest "Mean Tweets: Music Edition" On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

P!nk, Elvis Costello, Korn, The Strokes, Luke Bryan, Tyga and more
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Alex Turner from the Arctic Monkeys

The Arctic Monkeys Cover The Strokes’ “Is This It”

We’re not sure if we’re more excited about this cover, “The Ultracheese’s” TV debut or Alex Turner’s new haircut.
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Julian Casablancas & Albert Hammond Jr

WATCH: Two Members of The Strokes Play Late-Night TV

The good news is that Albert Hammond Jr. and Julian Casablancas have both released brand-new songs and performed them live recently on late-night TV. The (sorta) bad news is that ... they didn't do it together with the rest of their band, The Strokes .
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 Musicians Nick Valensi, Albert Hammond Jr., Fabrizio Moretti, Nikolai Fraiture and Julian Casablancas of The Strokes arrive to the T-Mobile Sidekick 4-G Launch in Beverly Hills, California

So Are The Strokes Working on a New Album with Rick Rubin?

The Strokes have recently thrown fans for a loop in a will-they-won’t-they saga of sorts. Rather, guitarist Albert Hammond Jr.’s dad, Albert Hammond Sr., was the one who threw everyone off when he said The Strokes were working on a new album with producer Rick Rubin.
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Paramore Cover The Strokes, Release New Album

Paramore ’s fifth studio album, After Laughter , dropped today (5/12), and it’s definitely got a new sound that at first listen, fans may be super into or super, well, not into. And that's not because this isn't a worthwhile album. It's just different. Either way, it's hard to deny the album’s...
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