The Strokes announce new album, The New Abnormal

Watch them debut new tracks at Bernie Sanders rally

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The Strokes’ new album will be released on April 10, according to lead singer Julian Casablancas.

He made the announcement from the stage at a Bernie Sanders concert rally in Durham, New Hampshire, after the band had debuted a couple more songs from the album. It’s believed to be called The New Abnormal, after The Strokes tweeted artwork bearing that name last week.

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Watch The Strokes play new song “Bad Decisions” below:

UPDATE: The Strokes have now confirmed the April 10 release of The New Abnormal – which was produced by Rick Rubin – and shared an official video for “At The Door”. Watch below:

They have also announced a short tour for later this month, including a date at London’s Roundhouse on February 19:

14 February Berlin, DE Columbiahalle
18 February Paris, FR Olympia
19 February London, UK The Roundhouse
24 February Belfast, UK Waterfront Hall
5 March Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
9 March Seattle, WA WaMu Theater
14 March Los Angeles, CA The Forum

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Tickets go on general sale at 1pm on Friday (February 14) but you can gain access to a pre-sale by pre-ordering The New Abnormal here.

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