Ahead of their performance at the Get Out The Vote rally, frontman Julian Casablancas opened up about the band supporting Sanders for the US presidential election.
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.
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Casablancas isn't one of rock's chattier frontpeople, but he ended the New Hampshire performance with a massive scoop. Their last studio album was 2013's Comedown Machine and in 2016, they released their Future Present Past EP.
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. The Strokes" social media accounts all teased a project called "The New Abnormal', and it's fair to assume that's the new album's title.
Over the weekend, the band ramped up anticipation for their next album. There have been many teasers of new music being released by The Strokes in the past few years but we have not heard anything until today. As the only truly non-corporate candidate, Bernie Sanders represents our only chance to overthrow corporate power and help return America to democracy.