The first solo album from the Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas -- 2009's 'Phrazes For the Young' -- sounded like it was from the future, and since we're technically in the future now, the new single from his upcoming follow-up sounds exactly right.

Casablancas and his backing band, the Voidz, have posted the video for the aggressive, quasi-experimental 'Where No Eagles Fly' (above), and all signs point to the upcoming full-length, 'Tyranny,' being yet another step away from the garage.

You wouldn't really be able to tell, though, from the retro visual style of the video directed by Jeramy 'Beardo' Gritter or the '70s-inspired cover art for the single that the band just revealed:


The album drops Sept. 23 on Casablancas' own Cult Records. Casablancas + the Voidz will kick off a fall tour in support of the album on Oct. 16 in Philadelphia.

One thing's for sure: the new song will be a lot more palatable for some than the first song unveiled from the record -- the 11-minute 'Human Sadness' which you can hear below.

Julian Casablancas + the Voidz -- 'Human Sadness' Official Music Video