Published: Thu, February 13, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

The Strokes announce new album + debut new song 'Bad Decisions'

The Strokes announce new album + debut new song 'Bad Decisions'

After Sanders introduced them, after the speeches of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Cornel West and the star of "Sex and the City " Cynthia Nixon, the band also covered Talking heads " Burning Down the House" and played some of his classic songs like "Someday", "Hard to Explain" and "New York City Cops".

The new single is one of two new songs, along with "Bad Decisions", the New York City indie rock titans debuted at the rally.

But you're here for the new song, right?

The officer was on stage after the band invited audience members to join them toward the end of their performance, according to the outlet.

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".

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Casablancas, 41, told Rolling Stone that the performance was unplanned.

Strokes He released two tracks from his first album in six years at a New Hampshire political rally in support of USA presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Monday, February 10.

"It was not on our setlist", stated the vocalist. Then, on New Year's Eve, frontman Julian Casablancas declared they'd been "unfrozen". "I'm not that quiet, my thoughts such a mess", all together, it makes it the flawless sad song that fans didn't know they needed.

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

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