The Strokes Stream New Album ‘Angles’ – What Do You Think?

Good news for all those people that weren’t into ‘You’re So Right’: that track was an anomaly rather than a microcosm of their forthcoming album.

The Strokes unveiled their fourth solo album ‘Angles’ on their site this week, and while there’s a few post punk touches and unusual ideas across its ten tracks, it’s mostly textbook stuff from Julian, Albert and the rest.

The Strokes 'Angles'


Listen to ‘Angles’ online at The Strokes’ site
and let us know what you think below.

The full tracklisting is:

‘Machu Picchu’
‘Under Cover of Darkness’
‘Two Kinds of Happiness’
‘You’re So Right’
‘Taken For A Fool’
‘Call Me Back’
‘Life Is Simple In The Moonlight’

‘Angles’ is Julian Casablancas and co’s fourth album, and is set to be released officially on Monday (March 21).


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