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STROKES SINGER RELEASES NEW 11-MINUTE SOLO SONG

Strokes lead singer Julian Casablancas has released an 11-minute song called "Human Sadness," which is taken from his upcoming solo album. The disc, titled Tyranny, is Casablancas' second solo outing after 2009's Phrazes For The Young and is his first with his new backing band, the Voidz. The record is due out on September 23rd via the frontman's own Cult Records label.

Other songs on the 12-track Tyranny include "Take Me in Your Army," "M.utually A.ssured D.estruction," "Where No Eagles Fly," "Business Dog" and "Nintendo Blood."

Casablancas and the Voidz performed last April at California's Coachella Festival and this past summer at the Governor's Ball music event in New York City. The band will also tour this fall.

The Strokes recently played their first gigs in three years when they also performed at the Governor's Ball festival. The band also just did two shows in Los Angeles.

CHECK IT OUT: Listen to "Human Sadness":

 

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