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The Strokes Perform 'Threat of Joy' on Jimmy Kimmel

07/28/2016
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The Strokes

(Radio.com) The Strokes have captivated fans' attention since they announced Future Present Past, their second EP and first release since 2013. On Tuesday night, they took a song from the EP, "Threat of Joy" to the main stage of Jimmy Kimmel Live! in all their resplendent alt-rock glory.

Future Present Past organizes three songs on the release into future ("Drag Queen"), present ("Oblivius") and past ("Threat of Joy"). Let's hope the band's 2016 reunion yields another studio album in the near future.

So far, the Strokes have released their spy-thriller themed video for "Threat of Joy" and a lyric video for "Drag Queen." Watch the Stroke's Kimmel live set here.

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