The Strokes announce new album at Bernie Sanders rally

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That was the scenario as New Hampshire officers took to the Strokes' stage when fans swarmed the band as they wrapped up an appearance at a Bernie Sanders rally by performing "New York City Cops".

Bon Iver performed at a Sanders rally in Clive, Iowa, on January 31, and Vampire Weekend played the following night in Cedar Rapids.

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.

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.

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. "Album's coming out April 10", he said.

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The band also released a new single today titled "At The Door", which can be found on any major streaming platform as well. According to teaser artwork it has the title The New Abnormal.

You can find it 3hr 11mins into the below video.

"We are honored to be associated with such a dedicated, diligent, & trustworthy patriot - and fellow native New Yorker!"

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

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