The Strokes return with The New Abnormal April 10 via Cult/RCA

The Strokes debut new songs and announce new album 'The New Abnormal'

The evening prior the band performed at a New Hampshire rally for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

The Strokes' concert was created to drum up support for Sanders ahead of Tuesday's New Hampshire Democratic Party primary election, and follows similar rallies featuring Bon Iver and Vampire Weekend ahead of last week's Iowa caucuses.

He called the Senator a "dedicated, diligent and trustworthy patriot-and a fellow New Yorker!"

"As the only truly non-corporate candidate, Bernie Sanders represents our only opportunity to overthrow corporate power and help bring democracy back to the United States".


American indie rock band The Strokes, presented the song "At the Door", which will be included in the new album.

While the quintet did a live performance of "Bad Decisions", a classic-sounding Strokes tune filled with their signature guitar riffs, they debuted the synthy "At the Door" via an animated video. "This is why we support him", he explained in a statement.

The Strokes announced several intimate European dates recently, and now it seems their new album is on the way. This comes seven years after the band released its last studio album, Comedown Machine. According to the teaser, it has the title "The New Abnormal". It is known that in the tracklist will include nine songs.

In addition to be gearing towards the release of their new LP, the Strokes will soon be performing across North America, with concerts planned on March 5 in Vancouver, British Columbia; March 9 in Seattle, Washington; and March 14 in Los Angeles, California.

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