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The Strokes played a new song last night, 'The Adults Are Talking'

The band are set to hit the UK for All Points East later this month.
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Published: 11:16 am, May 14, 2019
The Strokes played a new song last night, 'The Adults Are Talking'

The Strokes - y'know, that band who didn't play Camden's Dingwalls last year - are on their way 'back'.

With a few festival shows and general 'stuff' booked over the coming months, the band performed a charity show at Los Angeles' The Wiltern last night (13th May). During the gig, frontman Julian Casablancas teased the band could debut a new track, if they felt like it. And then they did.

Introduced as 'The Adults Are Talking', there's video footage of it online. You can check that out below.

You'll be able to see if The Strokes fancy playing their new material first hand when they hit London on 25th May for All Points East. Alternatively, you can go to bat with the cover of Erasure's 'A Little Respect' they also brought out to play last night - just close your eyes and it could be Wheatus up there. What a dream.

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