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 band debuted two new songs, "Bad Decisions" and "At the Door", and played some old favorites and covers at the raucous campaign event in Durham, N.H. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Sunflower Bean, Cynthia Nixon, and Dr. Cornel West also took the stage.

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 Strokes performed at Bernie Sanders" #BerniebeatsTrump rally in New Hampshire.

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

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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 band shared to social media that they are set to release their newest album, The New Abnormal on April 10, 2020.

Frontman Julian Casablancas declared they'd been "unfrozen" at a New Year's Eve concert, and a bunch of imminent European and North American shows were then announced.

Along with the song The Strokes released an animated clip, filmed by Mike Burakoff (who has previously worked with MGMT).

As for The New Abnormal, you can find the track-listing and artwork below. He called the Senator a "dedicated, diligent and trustworthy patriot-and a fellow New Yorker! That's why we support it".

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