Nikolai Fraiture hopes The Strokes aren't breaking up.
The New York five-member band has been dogged with questions about its longevity, relevance and commitment ever since the hype over its first album, "This is It," cooled down in the early 2000s.
The latest one came in March, when website Pitchfork suggested the band's latest album, "Angles," could be its last. Fraiture didn't dismiss the story. "At the time, it felt like that," he said.
But he's not declaring the band over. When asked about its future, he doesn't scoff or decline comment.
He wants to record more albums, but "there are five of us in the band. I can't tell...