At the rally, the Strokes performed right after speeches by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sanders.
To celebrate, The Strokes revealed a music video for the album track "At The Door" and announced an intimate, February 19 performance at London's Roundhouse.
The morning after the campaign stop, the Strokes announced their first album in seven years, "The New Abnormal", produced by Rick Rubin. Earlier in the week, the band posted a silent video teasing what appears to be the record's title, The New Abnormal.
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.
Listen to the band's new single in full with its equally captivating music video below. "Album's coming out April 10", he said.
According to some accounts, "New York City Cops" was not on the group's setlist, but the Stokes performed the song from their debut album - which includes the refrain "New York City cops, but they ain't too smart" - after taking umbrage at lights being turned up and attempts to stop crowd-surfing among fans.
American rock band The Strokes is making its voice heard. He called the Senator a "dedicated, diligent and trustworthy patriot-and a fellow New Yorker!" As the only truly non-corporate candidate, Bernie Sanders represents our only chance to overthrow corporate power and help return America to democracy. "That's why we support it".