The Strokes debut new songs at Bernie Sanders rally

Carla Harmon
February 14, 2020

After debuting new tracks "Bad Decisions" and "At The Door" and letting slip news of a new album during their performance at a Bernie Sanders rally yesterday, The Strokes have officially confirmed their next LP.

At a rally for Bernie Sanders in Durham, N.H., on Monday, the band performed its song "New York City Cops" while an officer stood on stage at the University of New Hampshire's Whittemore Center Arena.

They also played a number of their older songs, including "Someday" and "Hard to Explain", as well as a cover of Talking Heads" "Burning Down the House'.

Who knew Strokes' fans would be experiencing the best setlist since FYF 2014, and the debuts of new songs at a presidential rally?

In a statement announcing the gig and backing Sanders, Casablancas said: "We are honoured to be associated with such a dedicated, diligent, & trustworthy patriot-and fellow native New Yorker".

Taking place on February 19th, at The North London venue, the show will probably be a chance to be the first to catch new music from the band. "This is why we support him".

While the Strokes released an EP titled Future Present Past in 2016, their most recent full-length studio album came back in 2013 with Comedown Machine. Earlier in the week, the band posted a silent video teasing what appears to be the record's title, The New Abnormal.

As for The New Abnormal, you can find the track-listing and artwork below.

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