A new album from The Strokes could be released later in 2010, it has been suggested.
The Strokes hope to release a new record in September this year, according to the band's drummer.
Speaking to BBC Radio 1's Newsbeat, Fabrizio Moretti explained that the group is currently recording new material in New York and a preparing for a summer release.
"We've been recording a bunch - basic tracks are done. Now we're just running around like kids in a candy shop. Coming back in and writing music was kind of like riding a bicycle," he explained.
Moretti also commented on The Strokes' UK shows this year, which will see them take to the stage at the Isle Of Wight and Rockness festivals as headliners.
The drummer told the presenter Zane Lowe that he is "nervous as hell" about the high-profile shows and revealed that the band will be practicing their old material once they have finished making the new record.
Last year, vocalist Julian Casablancas told NME Radio that he hopes to record "weird" music at some point in future, although he is not sure if he will do this with The Strokes or as a solo project.
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