The Strokes announce new album at Bernie Sanders rally

The Strokes perform at a rally for Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders at the University of New Hampshire in Durham

The Strokes perform at a rally for Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders at the University of New Hampshire in Durham

The Strokes also performed a brand new song at the performance titled "Bad Decisions", and also premiered a music video for a track called "At The Door".

The Strokes unveiled two tracks from their first album in six years at a New Hampshire political rally in support of USA presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders on Monday.

The backdrop for the rally, like T-shirts being sold, turned Sanders' name into a logo resembling the band's own.

They played a couple of new songs and screened a music video for the unreleased "At The Door'".

The Strokes performed for a crowd of approximately 7,500 at the University of New Hampshire ahead of the state's primary election on Tuesday, as reported by the Washington Examiner.

It seems as if The Strokes are in a good place musically and with each other, and fans can expect a proper tour from the in-demand band in the coming months.

Before concluding their performance, Casablancas announced that the band's long-awaited new studio album will arrive as soon as April 10.

Frontman Julian Casablancas issued a statement before the rally, explaining, "We are honoured to be associated with such a dedicated, diligent, and trustworthy patriot - and fellow native 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". It doesn't take a genius to infer this is The New Abnormal's lead single.

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