Julian Casablancas covers Milli Vanilli and The Doors at Beach Goth festival – watch

The Strokes frontman was performing with The Voidz and The Growlers at California event

Julian Casablancas appeared at the Beach Goth 4 festival in California over the weekend, performing a handful of covers during two sets.

Casablancas first played a set with his band The Voidz, covering Milli Vanilli‘s 1989 hit ‘Girl You Know It’s True’.

Later on, Casablancas joined The Growlers during their set for a cover of The Doors‘ ‘People Are Strange’.


Watch footage of both covers below.



Casablancas’ band The Strokes, meanwhile, have confirmed that that they are back in the studio working on new music.

The group released ‘Comedown Machine’ in 2013, with frontman Casablancas recently hinting that the band are working on new music.

Casablancas later offered fans an update during the band’s headlining set at Landmark Music Festival in Washington, DC on September 27, with several gig-goers in attendance confirming that the singer reiterated plans for a new LP.


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