The Strokes have unveiled a new single off their sixth studio album, The New Abnormal. Last week, the band shared the first single, 'At The Door', as well as the new album's full tracklist.
'Bad Decisions' made its live debut at Bernie Sanders' historic rally last week and was officially released on Tuesday (02/18) via streaming platforms. (Fun fact: The track also gives songwriting credit to Billy Idol and Tony James, composers of 1981's 'Dancing With Myself'. Go figure.)
Bad Decisions is now streaming everywhere you can think of. Listen. Watch. Enjoy.https://t.co/GKpGOToPMZ— The Strokes (@thestrokes) February 18, 2020
Video directed by Andrew Donoho pic.twitter.com/6kRqsxoR5d
The Strokes have enlisted director Andrew Donoho, who recently worked on Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Want You in My Room', Twenty One Pilots' 'The Hype', and Khalid's 'Better', for the official music video. The 'Bad Decisions' visual features a late '60s-inspired home TV shopping advertisement gone wrong for clones of Julian Casablancas, Albert Hammond, Jr., Nick Valensi, Nikolai Fraiture, and Fabrizio Moretti.
The Strokes have announced festival headlining slots across Europe, North America, and South America and are also set to headline Australia's Splendour in the Grass on July 25, 2020.
The New Abnormal is the follow-up to 2016's Future Present Past EP and is slated for release via RCA Records on April 10, 2020. Pre-order the new record here.
Watch 'Bad Decisions' here: