The Strokes debut 'Ode to the Mets' on New Year's Eve

The Strokes debuted their first new song of 2020 during a homecoming concert at Barclays Center in New York City.

"Ode to the Mets" will likely appear on the band's forthcoming sixth studio album, which frontman Julian Casablancas announced while on stage.

"Yeah, we've got a new album coming out soon. 2020, here we come. The 2010s, whatever the f**k they're called, we took them off. And now we've been unfrozen and we're back. If you really love someone, you'll be frozen with them. You know what? I don't know what I say generally, and I ramble a lot, but I love you guys, and it's a real honor to share the stage and this night with you guys," he told the crowd at Barclays Center.

Details about the much-anticipated album are still scarce to this date, although it will mark The Strokes' first studio effort since their 2013 "Comedown Machine."

Since then, the "Two Kinds of Happiness" rockers released their sophomore EP, "Future Present Past," in 2016.

Last May, the band also debuted a new song, entitled "The Adults Are Talking," during a benefit show in Los Angeles.

Following the concert, their booking agent teased that The Strokes "are coming with new music" in 2020, without sharing further details about what fans could expect.

While on stage at Brooklyn's Barclays Center, the band also performed "Modern Girls & Old Fashion Men" for the first time since 2003 with the help of Mac DeMarco.

The American singer-songwriter previously collaborated with Casablancas on his 2018 album, "Virtue," which he released with his project the Voidz.

In addition to releasing a new album, The Strokes will headline Lollapalooza's South American festivals later this year, alongside Guns N' Roses, Travis Scott, Lana Del Rey and Gwen Stefani among others.

The band will also join Lana Del Rey and Martin Garrix on stage at Asuncionico festival, which will take place from March 31 through April 7 in Paraguay.