Watch The Strokes perform new song “The Adults Are Talking”

Plus a cover of Erasure's "A Little Respect"...

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Last night (May 13), The Strokes played a benefit show at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, in aid of local homeless charities.

They used the occasion to debut a brand new song called “The Adults Are Talking”. Watch fan footage of that below:

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The band haven’t released any new music since 2016’s Future Present Past EP. Their set at The Wiltern didn’t feature any other new songs, although they did unveil an unexpected – and somewhat under-rehearsed – version of Erasure’s “A Little Respect”. Watch that below:

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