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The Strokes have dropped their new single 'At The Door', confirmed their new album, AND announced a London show

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Published: 1:07 pm, February 11, 2020
The Strokes have dropped their new single 'At The Door', confirmed their new album, AND announced a London show

The Strokes have confirmed their new album, 'The New Abnormal'.

Due for release on 10th April, it's their first for YEARS - since 2013's 'Comedown Machine' - and will see them perform at London's Roundhouse on 19th February. Tickets go on general sale from 1pm on Friday, 14th February.

The new show arrives in addition to plenty of European festivals, as well as a mini-tour planned for later this month: catch them in Berlin (14th), Paris (18th) and Belfast (24th) too.

The band have also shared the first single from the release - give 'At The Door' a listen below.

'The New Abnormal''s tracklisting reads:

1. The Adults Are Talking
2. Selfless
3. Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus
4. Bad Decisions
5. Eternal Summer
6. At The Door
7. Why Are Sundays So Depressing
8. Not The Same Anymore
9. Ode To The Mets

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