The Strokes Debut New Music At Bernie Sanders Rally In New Hampshire

The Strokes debut new songs and announce new album 'The New Abnormal'

The new song by The Strokes is a dreamlike wonder of a thing

The Strokes concert was created to increase support for Sanders before the primary elections of the New Hampshire Democratic Party on Tuesday, and follow similar demonstrations with Bon Iver Y Vampiric Weekend before the Iowa assemblies last week.

Who knew Strokes' fans would be experiencing the best setlist since FYF 2014, and the debuts of new songs at a presidential rally?

People, girlfriends, grandsons, spaceships - they don't understand what went down in New Hampshire on Monday.

Details about the much-anticipated follow-up to 2013's "Comedown Machine" are still scarce to this date, as the Strokes still have to reveal the album's title or tracklist.

He called the Senator a "dedicated, diligent and trustworthy patriot-and a fellow New Yorker!"

The backdrop for the rally, like T-shirts being sold, turned Sanders' name into a logo resembling the band's own.

Before starting the song - their last of the evening - Casablancas mentioned a lighting issue that he referred to as a "safety thing from the cops" before saying that they would perform an "old favorite".

The group has European shows booked in February and returns to North America the following months with shows in Vancouver, Seattle and Los Angeles (March 14 at the Forum).

In video clip footage acquired by the New York Post, diva Julian Casablancas can be seen singing the song while standing simply close to the uniformed officer.

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