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Nick Valensi's CRX are back, with news of a second album 'Peek'

The news comes alongside a brand new track, 'We're All Alone', which you can stream now.
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Published: 8:40 am, June 22, 2019
Nick Valensi's CRX are back, with news of a second album 'Peek'

Nick Valensi's CRX are back, with news of a second album.

The Strokes guitarist's other project are set to deliver their sophomore effort 'Peek' on August 23rd, following up on 2016's Josh Homme produced debut 'New Skin'.

The news comes alongside a brand new track, 'We're All Alone', which you can stream below.

This time working with producer Shane Stoneback (Vampire Weekend, Sleigh Bells), the album was recorded largely at NRG Studios in Los Angeles.

“The influence of Darian [Zahedi, guitarist] and Jon [Safley, bassist] was prevalent in the recording and arrangement,” explains Valensi. “I was more controlling on the first record. This is everybody in a room.”

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