Julian Casablancas + The Voidz share epic 13-minute video for ‘Human Sadness’ – watch

The classic rock-inspired clip is interspersed with war footage and scenes from modern urban life

The Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas has shared a new video for his track ‘Human Sadness’ with The Voidz.

Casablancas released his most recent album ‘Tyranny’ with new band The Voidz in October 2014. The ‘Human Sadness’ clip was recently premiered at screenings in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, Washington DC, Boston, Miami, Nashville, and Montreal from May 20-26.

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The clip for ‘Human Sadness’, which evokes the style of classic rock videos, is interspersed with war footage and scenes from modern urban life. It stretches to an epic 13 minutes in length. Watch in full below.

The Strokes made their live return earlier this month (May 8) at Atlanta’s Shaky Knees Festival. See photos of the gig here. They are also set to play their first UK gig in five years when they headline the British Summer Time Festival in London’s Hyde Park on June 18.

The Strokes released their last album ‘Comedown Machine’ in 2013, with frontman Casablancas recently revealing that the band are working on new music.

Meanwhile, Casablancas’ Strokes bandmate Albert Hammond Jr has confirmed details of a new solo LP. Titled ‘Momentary Masters’, the album follows on from 2013’s ‘AHJ’ EP, as well as 2006 debut ‘Yours to Keep’ and 2008’s ‘¿Cómo Te Llama?’.

The 10-track record will be released on July 31 via Vagrant. Hear opening track ‘Born Slippy’ now.


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