The Strokes revealed animation clip and announced a new album

Brenda Watkins
February 13, 2020

After debuting new tracks "Bad Decisions" and "At The Door" and letting slip news of a new album during their performance at a Bernie Sanders rally yesterday, The Strokes have officially confirmed their next LP.

After they were introduced by Sanders, following speeches by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Cornel West, and Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon, the band also covered Talking Heads' Burning Down the House and played some of their classic tracks including Someday, Hard to Explain, and New York City Cops.

The anticipated announcement of the new album has been long awaited by fans and based on the songs performed, they will not be disappointed.

University representative Erika Mantz verified to the Post in a declaration: "Contract security asked police to help control crowd access to the stage and performers".

Casablancas, 41, informed Rolling Stone that the efficiency was unexpected.

The Strokes The New Abnormal
The Strokes The New Abnormal

"It was not on our setlist", stated the vocalist.

In the middle of the performance, Casablancas encouraged people to join them on stage, resulting in around 30 people dancing and singing along with the NY natives.

Casablancas additionally asserted that officer got his arm, leading him to question if he would certainly be apprehended.

Before starting the song - their last of the evening - Casablancas mentioned a lighting issue that he referred to as a "safety thing from the cops" before saying that they would perform an "old favorite".

"At the Door", The Strokes" synth-heavy new single, has arrived.

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