The Strokes have revealed that their upcoming fifth album will be titled Comedown Machine.
The New York band are set to release the record on 25 March, and are currently offering a free download for 'One Way Trigger' on their site, which is a new track from the album.
Comedown Machine is the follow-up to The Strokes' 2011 album, Angles, and the first official single from the album will be 'All the Time'. The track will be available on 19 February, in conjunction with pre-orders of the album.
According to NME, guitarist Albert Hammond Jr's father said that the band aren't planning to go in a 'wildly different' direction with the new album.
He said, "Albert says that the stuff they're doing is incredible. They're doing it themselves with their friend, engineer and producer. He just says, 'Dad, it's incredible'.
"I don't think they'll go in a wildly different direction. Obviously the songs will be different, but I think The Strokes are The Strokes; they always will be The Strokes."
The album artwork for Comedown Machine can be seen above
'One Way Trigger' is the band's first new material since 2011 single 'Machu Picchu', and was met with a mixed reaction from fans when it was posted online last week.
While one user posted, "The Strokes new song is so f**king good, want this album to hurry up," another fan wrote, "Only just heard the strokes new 'song'. what the f**k is that?! seriously, what the fu**k? alvin and the chipmunks on fizz whizz!"
Listen to 'One Way Trigger' below:
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