The Strokes have revealed the video for their new single "All The Time", NME reports.
The video features no new footage of the band, and is instead concocted of archive footage from throughout their career, including scenes from set of the video shoot for "Last Niit" and "The Modern Age" as well as backstage clips from festival appearances. Lou Reed is seen in one clip performing live with the band.
"All The Time" is taken from The Strokes forthcoming fifth studio album "Comedown Machine", due to be released on March 25. Speaking about the possibility of The Strokes performing live in the near future, bassist Nikolai Fraiture recently revealed the band have no current plans to perform but that he is hopeful of working something out soon.
"I don't know. I would love to tour," Fraiture said, admitting there were no dates scheduled as yet. Discussing the making of "Comedown Machine" at New York's Electric Lady studios, the bass player added: "We hashed it out all together like the good old days. It's a legendary studio and it is not far away from us all, apart from Nick who lives in Los Angeles, but he made the trip out to record."
"Comedown Machine" will be The Strokes fifth studio album following "Is This It" (2001), "Room On Fire" (2003), "First Impressions Of Earth" (2006) and "Angles" (2011).