The Strokes stream ‘Comedown Machine’ ahead of release – listen

The Strokes are streaming their brand new album, 'Comedown Machine', ahead of its official release on March 25. 'Comedown Machine' is The Strokes fifth studio album following 'Is This it?', 'Room On Fire', 'First Impressions of Earth' 'and 'Angles'. Listen to the album via Pitchfork Advance,

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The Strokes are streaming their brand new album, ‘Comedown Machine’, ahead of its official release on March 25.

‘Comedown Machine’ is The Strokes fifth studio album following ‘Is This it?’, ‘Room On Fire’, ‘First Impressions of Earth’ ‘and ‘Angles’.

Listen to the album via Pitchfork Advance, bassist Nikolai Fraiture recently explained that the band have no current plans to perform but that he is hopeful of working something out soon.

“I don’t know. I would love to tour,” Fraiture said. Discussing the making of ‘Comedown Machine’ at New York’s Electric Lady studios, the bass player added: “We hashed it out all together like the good old days. It’s a legendary studio and it is not far away from us all, apart from Nick who lives in Los Angeles, but he made the trip out to record.”

The ‘Comedown Machine’ tracklisting is:

‘Tap Out’
‘All The Time’
‘One Way Trigger’
‘Welcome To Japan’
’80’s Comedown Machine’
’50 50’
‘Slow Animals’
‘Partners In Crime’
‘Chances’
‘Happy Ending’
‘Call It Fate Call It Karma’

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