The Strokes confirm they've got a new album on the way


The setlist consisted of 13 songs, two of which are new, as well as the official announcement from frontman Julian Casablancas of the new album entitled "The New Abnormal", releasing April 10.

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

Although The Strokes have never been ones to side or discuss political issues, they went all out for their first political outing and gave an energy-filled performance to the largest Democratic rally in New Hampshire. The Strokes" social media accounts all teased a project called "The New Abnormal', and it's fair to assume that's the new album's title. They also covered the Talking Heads' "Burning Down the House" and played hits like "Someday" and "Hard to Explain".

The band also released a new single today titled "At The Door", which can be found on any major streaming platform as well.

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In a statement announcing the concert and supporting Sanders, Casablancas said: "We are honored to be associated with a patriot and fellow New Yorker so dedicated, diligent and reliable".

"Yes, it's true. We have a new record called The New Abnormal and it will be available April 10", reads a February 11 post by The Strokes.

The band touts Sanders as the only "truly non-corporate" candidate, and the best hope to overthrow corporate power in America.