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The Strokes already ready to starting writing, recording fifth album
There have been some rumors swirling around that The Strokes themselves -- and not just fans -- aren't very happy with their latest output "Angles" The rock band were unhappy with the original recording sessions to begin with, scrapped almost all of it and had to re-record after the first draft.
Which may explain why the New York-based group is heading back into the studio, as soon as April.
Bassist Nikolai Fraiture told XFM that writing on new songs would soon commence. "We were just talking about when we would get back together and start writing for the next album. It should be soon. April, mid-April."
The comments came quickly after frontman Julian Casablancas told ShortList that "we’re going to start working on stuff as soon as possible. We were supposed to already, but it took longer than expected to master the album."
Nick Valensi followed-up by saying, "There’s material in the works. We have a lot of music stockpiled so, in terms of content, we’re in a good place right now. If I had it my way, we’d have another album out by the end of this year."
"Angles" was released this past week.