The Strokes up for Bond theme and bungee jumping

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The Strokes would be up for doing the next James Bond theme, according to Fab Moretti.

However, the drummer admitted he would be as keen to bungee jump as he would be to perform a title song for the movies.

"I wouldn't rule it out [doing the Bond theme]," Moretti told Thequietus.com, "just like I wouldn't rule out bungee jumping, but I don't think anyone's going to ask me to bungee jump any time soon."

The drummer added that he expected The Strokes to get to work again soon.

"We're taking a bit of a break. We're planning on getting back together sometime soon, though," he said. "Nothing's been demoed just yet, but to be honest with you, I don't know – if the others have demoed anything, well, nothing's reached me yet. And I haven't demoed anything for them."

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