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"The Strokes are coming with new music," the band's booking agent states

In a new interview, Artist Group International President Marsha Vlasic suggests something is coming.
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Published: 9:15 am, July 25, 2019 Photos: Patrick Gunning.
"The Strokes are coming with new music," the band's booking agent states

The Strokes' booking agent has dropped a heavy hint that new music is on the way from the band.

In an interview with Music Business Worldwide, Artist Group International President Marsha Vlasic suggested more was on the way from the New Yorkers, who had to cancel a recent headline slot at New York's Governors Ball due to heavy thunderstorms.

"The Strokes are coming with new music," she rather unambiguously stated. "We had a heartbreak in New York when they were headlining Governors Ball, the weather destroyed our show and we never played, but having them back on the live music scene is exciting."

That fits in with the new track the band debuted in Los Angeles back in May, 'The Adults Are Talking'. Yu can check that out below.

Any new release from The Strokes would be the first since 2016's 'Future Present Past' EP. Their last full album, 'Comedown Machine', was released back in 2013.

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