The Strokes debut new songs at Bernie Sanders rally

The Strokes debut new songs at Bernie Sanders rally

The Strokes debut new songs at Bernie Sanders rally

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.

At the rally, the Strokes performed right after speeches by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sanders.

Details about the much-anticipated follow-up to 2013's "Comedown Machine" are still scarce to this date, as the Strokes still have to reveal the album's title or tracklist.

According to Pitchfork, The Strokes front man Julian Casablancas told the audience at the end of the performance, "Album's coming out April 10".

As for the band's newest single, "The Door", the song arrived with its own animated music video on Tuesday. They also played "The Adults Are Talking" - which got its live debut during a LA show past year - and premiered another newie called "Bad Decisions'".

Reps for The Strokes, Durham Police Department as well as Bernie 2020 did not quickly react to Fox News' ask for remark.

Casablancas isn't one of rock's chattier frontpeople, but he ended the New Hampshire performance with a massive scoop. It's presumed that the new LP is titled The New Abnormal, which the band have been teasing via their social media accounts for the past few days.

Over the weekend, the band ramped up anticipation for their next album. He called the Senator a "dedicated, diligent and trustworthy patriot-and a fellow New Yorker!"

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