the strokes Trends: The Strokes March On

Spring is set to bring a treat for all fans of The Strokes: Live 105 reports that a new album is imminent. The return should be momentous, a decade on from debut Is This It.

Five years since their last studio album, are fans still loving their tracks? Today Trends takes a look at their scrobbling history, to see where they can go from here.

The chart below shows what listeners at have been playing the most over the last six months.

strokestracks Trends: The Strokes March On

The last six months have seen a top ten dominated by Is This It‘s tracks, suggesting fans are most fond of the band’s classic sound.

But, it’s 2004’s “Reptilia” that takes the crown of most popular track overall, with 4,195,226 scrobbles from 649,656 listeners.

strokestrend Trends: The Strokes March OnTracks old and new have a solid weekly listener count, and we should see this ramp up as new-release hype brings fans back. With bassist Nikolai Fraiture suggesting that new tracks are pitched between their second and third efforts, it seems they’re sticking to a tried and tested formula.

Find out how The Strokes’ new tracks chart at their page. Meanwhile, Trends brings you the latest news in scrobbles every weekday.


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