Ben de tükürdüklerine. O surat tüküremez, hatta kaka da yapmıyodur.
Last month, the Strokes returned from a years-long absence with the new album Angles. It wasn’t exactly their best work. The band— who recorded much of the album without singer Julian Casablancas— didn’t necessarily seem too happy with the process behind the new one; guitarist Nick Valensi told Pitchfork, “I won’t do the next album we make like this. No way. It was awful— just awful… The best thing we can do right now is put out another one really quick.” And that next album might be coming quicker than anyone thought.
On his Twitter, bassist Nikolai Fraiture has indicated that the Strokes might already be working on new music. Fraiture Tweeted, “Super excited to go in to the studio today and work on some new ideas! I’ll keep you posted…” And lest anyone think we were in for a revival of his solo project Nickel Eye, he added, “For The Strokes, of course!” He also tweeted one picture of the band’s studio setup and another of what appears to be studio bathroom graffiti. That’s not much to go on, but it’s something.
Julian, “Pitchfork bize 10 vermediği müddetçe albüm yapmaya devam ediyoruz!” dedi.