Latest The Strokes Videos
All NME The Strokes Videos
Coldplay's Chris Martin discusses why The Strokes' debut is his favourite album of the last fifteen years.
We go out in the crowd to see what people thought of The Strokes' headline set at Reading, which featured a guest appearance from Pulp's Jarvis Cocker.
Nikolai chats about stealing spark plugs playing Lobster houses and wearing the same pair of underwear for days on end ("You'd be scared, I won't say").
Luke Rathborne interviewed at SXSW after supporting the strokes
Michael Eavis reveals how The Strokes pulled out of the Pilton Party village fundraiser, which led to Coldplay's Chris Martin stepping in and subsequently headlining the fest. Plus Emily on the time Neil Young stopped his bus to photograph the site.
The Strokes frontman and successful solo artist Julian Casablancas stopped by NME HQ recently to talk about songwriting, his moments of "mediocrity and magic" and the resistance to ideas he felt with his original band.
In the second video dispatch from The Strokes' recording studio, the band play fight, start a table tennis tournament, and have a homoerotic sing song to Divinyls' 'I Touch Myself'.
In this handheld clip made by the band, we get a peek inside The Strokes' studio as they record 'Angles'. Well, as they blow smoke rings and spin round in chairs...
The Strokes' Albert Hammond Jr interviews New York band The Pieces (aka sisters Catherine and Allison Pierce). They talk ballet, early gigs, and some dreadful early demos they're hoping no-one hears.
Julian Casablancas, Albert Hammond Jr, Fabrizio Moretti, Nick Valensi and Nikolai Fraiture - aka The Strokes - talk us through the art of the mixtape, from recording off the radio to finding that perfect tune.