And the band's final UK date is a star-studded affair...
THE STROKES rounded off their UK tour last night (December 6) in front of a star-studded audience.
The band’s second sold-out night at Alexandra Palace saw them cover The Clash’s classic ‘Clampdown’, as they had the previous night. The show also saw the band reprise their collaboration with Regina Spektor on new song ‘Post Modern Girls’.
Alexandra Palace also played host to a host of big names, in town to check out The Strokes. In attendance were Oasis guitarist Gem Archer, The Libertines, Bernard Butler, The Bandits, members of Coldplay and comedian Matt Lucas.
The Strokes now have a string of dates of Europe before returning home for Christmas. They release a new single, ‘Reptilia’, in the new year.