Published: Fri, February 14, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

The Strokes revealed animation clip and announced a new album

The Strokes revealed animation clip and announced a new album

The Strokes' concert was created to drum up support for Sanders ahead of Tuesday's New Hampshire Democratic Party primary election, and follows similar rallies featuring Bon Iver and Vampire Weekend ahead of last week's Iowa caucuses.

They also premiered a new animated video for the yet-to-be-released "At the Door", which follows a series of characters in a space dystopia. Earlier in the week, the band posted a silent video teasing what appears to be the record's title, The New Abnormal.

Watch the band's performance at the Sanders rally on Monday below beginning at the 2:20:00 hour mark.

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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The Strokes announced several intimate European dates recently, and now it seems their new album is on the way.

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. "We are honoured to be associated with such a dedicated, diligent, and trustworthy patriot-and fellow native New Yorker", he said.

As for The New Abnormal, you can find the track-listing and artwork below.

"As the only truly non-corporate candidate, Bernie Sanders represents our only opportunity to overthrow corporate power and help bring democracy back to the United States. This is why we support him", he explained in a statement.

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