The group announces a new album seven years later, entitled “The New Abnormal”, which will be published on April 10
After seven years without publishing work, the New York band The Strokes returns this year with “The New Abnormal”, that is, the “new abnormal”, which will be published on April 10 through RCA. To announce it, the band has released the song “At The Door” with a video directed by Mike Burakoff. The band had already presented the song live in an unusual but very eloquent environment: a meeting of the Democratic Democrat Bernie Sanders.
The New York band will tour this year with their new material, with a single stop in the State within the Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona, which will take place between June 3 and 7 in Barcelona. Interestingly, the motto of last year’s festival, when it was presented with a lot of reggaeton and urban rhythms, was “The New Normal”.
“The New Abnormal” is the sixth studio album by The Strokes and was recorded at Shangri-La studios in Malibu and produced by Rick Rubin. The album cover is a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat, “Bird on Money”. The album comes after the commercial failure that was “Comedown Machine” (2013) that gave way to a time in which the different members of the group developed projects separately.
The songs on the new album are ‘The Adults Are Talking’, ‘Selfless’,’ Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus’, ‘Bad Decision’, ‘Eternal Summer’, ‘At The Door’, ‘Why Are Sundays So Depressing’, ‘Not The Same Anymore ‘and’ Ode To The Mets