In this interview shot at Rolling Stone's lounge at the Bonnaroo festival, guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. and bassist Nikolai Fraiture of the Strokes chat with Patrick Doyle about their rehearsal regimen, their favorite songs to perform live and their next studio album, which is already in the works. "We kinda went back into the studio not to lose the momentum that we had and that we'd been building," Fraiture says. "We want to finish the album as soon as possible, but we want it to take its natural course and not force anything into happening."
The Strokes Reveal new album details at Bonnaroo
'We want to finish the album as soon as possible,' says bassist Nikolai Fraiture
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