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Listen to the Last New Track from The Strokes “Threat of Joy,” Stream All Four New Tracks Now

Is This It…. ? I don’t think it is, I think there’s still much to look forward to from the Strokes but for now, let’s all just breathe in and take in all the news from today. That the Strokes are back and not just with one new song but with three. The last of the new songs, the trifecta if you will, is Threat of Joy. The new track from the 4 song EP, Future Present Past, premiered on Annie Mac’s show on BBC Radio 1. Out of the previous songs (Drag Queen and Oblivius) it’s the most that sounds like the Strokes.

Next week, The Strokes play a headlining show at New York’s Capitol Theatre, as a warm up for Gov Ball next weekend. Additionally, via a press release, a Strokes/Cult Records pop-up shop will be open for a week from May 30th through June 5th at 352 Bowery in Manhattan “DJ sets from special guests to be announced shortly.”
Their new EP, Future Present Past will be released on June 3rd via Julian Casablancas’ Cult Records and will be available as a digital download and on a beautiful red 10″ vinyl. The EP features three brand new songs, Oblivious, Drag Queen, and Threat of Joy. As well as a remix of Oblivious by band member, Fab Moretti.

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