Note: Our review of The Strokes’ Comedown Machine album will be posted soon.
On March 18 the American rock band The Strokes released a free advance stream of their fifth studio album, “Comedown Machine” on Pitchfork’s website. The album will not be released in the U.S. until March 26 but you can legally listen to it for free here.
The album “Comedown Machine” features 11 songs including the album’s lead single “All the Time”. The band recently released an official music video for “All the Time” which you can watch here. Prior to the free album stream the band only released the official audio for their single “All the Time”, and their song “One Way Trigger”.
The album will be released via RCA Records and it is the first full length studio album The Strokes will release since “Angles” in 2011. Prior to the release of “Angles” The Strokes had not released an album since 2006. The album “Comedown Machine” was produced by Gus Oberg, who previously worked with the band on “Angles”.
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New York City rockers The Strokes released a music video for their single, “All the Time,” on Friday. The retrospective clip features candid moments from the band throughout its career.
“All the Time” is the lead single from The Strokes’ upcoming “Comedown Machine” album. In the music video, the sunny track soundtracks archival footage of the band from their 2001 “Is This It” breakthrough to the release of 2011’s “Angles” album. All the moments in between encompass The Strokes fooling around behind-the-scenes and rocking out on the music festival circuit. The video captures the lighthearted nature of the single.
Before the premiere of “All the Time” last month, The Strokes previewed their upcoming album with the experimental “One Way Trigger” track. Both songs will be on the band’s fifth studio album, “Comedown Machine,” which will hit shelves and digital retailers on March 26.