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  • Limited edition colour print of The Strokes stood in a bedrooom in the Chelsea Hotel, New York 2003.
  • Limited edition print of The Strokes sat on a rooftop in 2003.
  • Limited edition print of The Strokes stoor in a doorway in 2003.

The Strokes

The Strokes, an American rock band formed in New York City in 1998, consists of members Julian Casablancas (vocals), Nick Valensi (guitar), Albert Hammond Jr. (guitar), Nikolai Fraiture (bass), and Fabrizio Moretti (drums). They emerged in the early 2000s as pioneers of the garage rock revival, captivating audiences with their raw, energetic sound and stylish image.

Their debut album, "Is This It" (2001), was a critical and commercial success, hailed as one of the greatest albums of the decade. It featured hits like "Last Nite," "Someday," and "Hard to Explain," which became anthems of the era. The album's minimalist production, catchy melodies, and Casablancas' distinctive vocal delivery set a new standard for indie rock.

Following "Is This It," The Strokes released several more albums, including "Room on Fire" (2003) and "First Impressions of Earth" (2006). Each album showcased their evolving sound while maintaining their signature style. Despite facing challenges such as internal conflicts and a brief hiatus, the band continued to produce music and tour, maintaining a loyal fan base.

The Strokes' influence extends beyond their music; they have been credited with revitalising rock music in the early 21st century and inspiring countless bands. Their legacy is marked by their contribution to the indie rock landscape and their role in shaping the sound and style of modern rock music.

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