Watch the Strokes' Entire Career in Three Minutes in 'All The Time' Video

Nicole Sia

Though they haven't ruled it out completely, the Strokes most likely won't tour for their sprung-on-us fifth studio album, Comedown Machine, due March 26 on RCA. It's no wonder then, that the video for first single "All the Time" takes an equally laissez-faire approach. Instead of a high-concept shoot, the boys compiled a career's worth of archival footage — from their early club days to their late-night television appearances and festival headlining sets — in a breakneck three-minute survey of the band's evolution. Fitting for a song that marks the band's return to its muddy, garage-rock rock, the video is all happy times, band hugs, and fond memories, and we'd be lying if we said it doesn't inspire sweet pangs of nostalgia.

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