It looks like The Strokes are about to deliver some new music. Giant wall projections in New York and London have been showing up, while Cult Records, Julian Casablancas' label, even shared images of those projections on its social media. In a week and a half, the Strokes will headline New York's Governor’s Ball festival, and guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. hinted that they may have some new music in the set.


Cult Records is pleased to announce the release of Future Present Past, a new four-song EP from the band, as well as their exclusive signing to the label. Future Present Past will be released on June 3rd, in both digital and physical formats to coincide with the band’s headlining performance at Governors Ball Festival in New York. Hear their new song 'Oblivius' here on the label's website.


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