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Jason Grishkoff

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Voila! The newest single released by The Strokes, "Under Cover of Darkness." The track is off their upcoming album Angles, to be released in the latter-half of March. This will be their first album since 2006's First Impressions of Earth, which I recall being pretty excited to listen to.

Understandably, The Strokes have a very well-established sound aligned with their name



. Often, the challenge for successful artists releasing new work is to produce something that will excite fans and keep them on the edge of their seats, all-the-while not straying too far from their roots. With "Under the Cover of Darkness," The Strokes manage that: they've dusted off and freshened up their old sound, prepping it for a new era. Sorta. Given the "modern" sound evident in Julian Casablanca's solo LP, there aren't many surprises here.

Angles Tracklist:

1. Machu Picchu

2. Under Cover of Darkness

3. Two Kinds of Happiness

4. You're So Right

5. Taken For A Fool

6. Games

7. Call Me Back

8. Gratisfaction

9. Metabolism

10. Life Is Simple In The Moonlight