The Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas has released a new song with his side project, The Voidz.
The track is called "Prophecy of the Dragon" and, according to a press release that claims to be "created by artificial intelligence and ... given zero biased prompts," features "hard riffs, poetic lyrics, and rhythmic aptitude."
You can take a listen for yourself now via digital outlets.
"Prophecy of the Dragon" follows several one-off Voidz singles from over the past couple years, including a bonus track on the recently released 10-year anniversary reissue of Daft Punk's Random Access Memories, which the so-called AI press release describes as a song to "celebrate two robots getting a divorce."
The most recent Voidz album is 2018's Virtue.
Following a trip to Europe, The Voidz will play a four-date residency in San Francisco in June.
The Strokes, meanwhile, will be touring Asia this summer, followed by a pair of U.S. headlining dates at Colorado's Red Rocks and New York City's Forest Hills Stadium in August. Their latest record is 2020's The New Abnormal.
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