After divorcing his wife, Julian Casablancas met a girlfriend. Julian Fernando Casablancas, the lead vocalist of ‘The Strokes,’ has found love with Kaya, a roadie, after his divorce from Juliet Joslin. Since then, he and his girlfriend have been going strong.
Casablancas’s New Girlfriend Is Almost Half His Age
According to The Sun, the vocalist of ‘The Strokes’ divorced Joslin around a year ago and was keen on keeping it a secret. He can’t pretend it didn’t happen now that he’s moved on. Since they began dating, Kaya, who is in her early twenties, and the 41-year-old musician have been described as “inseparable.”
After the singer’s divorce from his ex-wife, the two met on one of the band’s US tours and grew closer. They’ve been spotted together at a number of large events and concerts since then.
Despite the fact that the couple keeps a modest profile on social media, they are still going strong. The Reptilia singer has ensured that he and his new girlfriend are both enjoying all the perks of a rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle shortly after going public with their relationship.
The two were taken with Spanish rock band Hinds at the Culloden Estate and Spa in Holywood, Northern Ireland. They were also spotted posing at the American Museum of Natural History for a private celebration.
“If the band goes anywhere for a tour or anything else, Kaya goes with him,” an insider stated. His father, too, had abandoned his mother for a much younger woman.”
Casablancas and Julian Were Married for Fifteen Years
Casablancas married his wife, who was formerly his assistant manager, for fifteen years until divorcing in 2019. Cal, 10, and Zephyr, 5, are their children. According to a spokeswoman for the band, the two parted “with love and respect.” The former couple remained friendly for the sake of their children, according to the spokeswoman.
The New Abnormal, the Strokes’ sixth studio album after 2013’s “Comedown Machine,” was released in 2020. Slower and moodier than the band’s previous work, one of the album’s tracks, “At the Door,” alluded to Casablancas’ divorce with lines like “laying on the chilly floor… waiting for the tide to rise.”
The 41-year-old opened out about fatherhood in an April interview with the Los Angeles Times, saying that he wishes to shelter his children from “deep darkness.”
The native Texan wants them to take their lumps and face enough realism and emotional truth to toughen them up and prepare them for the real world (concerning the pandemic.)
Casablancas responded, “I don’t think I had that much before kids,” when asked if caregiving came easy to him.