Hear the Strokes' Muddy Return-to-Form Rocker 'All the Time'

This one doesn't sound like A-Ha

The Strokes All the Time Stream New Song Comedown Machine
Julian Casablancas wears his sunglasses "All the Time"
Chris Martins WRITTEN BY
Chris Martins

Okay, so we didn't exactly fall in love with the Strokes' first comeback track, "One Way Trigger" (read SPIN's Impulsive Reviews of the song), and the rampant comparisons to A-Ha's "Take on Me" were tough to ignore. But folks looking for a more familiar version of the indie rock torchbearers should be pleased enough with new one "All the Time," which marks a return to Julian Casablancas' plaintive vocals and the lo-fi garage grit that helped make the band's name. The track is a bit muddy to be sure, but this bodes better for the forthcoming fifth album, Comedown Machine, which is due March 26 via RCA. Stream "All the Time" below.

00:00 00:00 No Song Selected More info
00:00 00:00
placeholder
Now Playing
  • 1 Parkay Quarts — Uncast Shadow Of A Southern Myth " 06:27
  • 2 Digitalism — Second Chance " 04:53
  • 3 Kiesza — Bad Thing Feat. Joey Bada$$ " 03:32
  • 4 Bob Dylan — 900 Miles from My Home " 02:14

SPIN is a member of SPIN Music Group, a division of BUZZMEDIA