It’s finally here!
“Thank you for writing the soundtrack to my puberty”
Interpol frontman Paul Banks chats with Music Feeds.
Good news, Interpol fans!
They performed it on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ earlier this weekend.
Interpol are back.
It’s a year of anniversaries for Interpol
Plus an anniversary tour for their debut album.
Former Interpol bassist Carlos Dengler quit the band just after the release of their self-titled fourth album in 2010 and has only just spoken-out for the first time, attributing the decision to an “identity shift” realised after being bored by Coldplay. According to Dengler, who has since dipped his toes into the world of acting,
Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival will return in May 2015, with, as usual, a ridiculously impressive and incredibly eclectic lineup of quality artists from around the globe. Here’s just a selection of the huge names who will be taking to the stage in Spain: The Black Keys, James Blake, JUNGLE, The Replacements, Sun Kil Moon, alt-J,
Over the last few days, a large part of North America has been plunged into a deep freeze with extreme blizzard-like conditions blanketing homes, roads and highways in mountains of snow and amongst those trapped in by the harrowing conditions are indie rockers Interpol who have been stuck in their tour bus on a snowed-in
After post-punk revivalists Interpol formed in 1997, bands like The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio and Liars started popping up in New York City bars. Like some of their peers, Interpol experienced a swift rise to fame followed by a plateau. But the band remain critical to the narrative of New York
Interpol frontman Paul Banks has admitted he viewed the band’s early-’00s, NYC contemporaries, like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and particularly The Strokes, as direct rivals. Speaking recently in an interview, the frontman compared the situation to a group of competing web companies trying to out-do each other. “I still wish I was more bro-y with
On El Pintor, Interpol’s fifth studio album, the New York post-punk revivalists return as an incomplete but powerful version of their former selves. Spanish for “The Painter”, as well as a convenient anagram of Interpol, El Pintor sits heavily under the weight of artistic stresses and the memory of its disappointing predecessor. It’s an album
New York post-punk revivalists and Splendour In The Grass 2014 alumni Interpol have shared a new song titled Ancient Ways, taken from their forthcoming fifth studio album El Pintor. Whilst some fans are loving the new track, others have been a little more critical. Ancient Ways gets straight to the point, and does so with
Interpol frontman Paul Banks says he wishes the band was not forced to play live and would prefer instead to release “three records a year.” The Splendour-bound singer revealed in a new interview that he prefers spending time in the studio to on the road, which he does for financial reasons. “I would love to
Azealia Banks has revealed that her wishes have finally been granted and she’s been dropped from her record label after almost a year of complaining over Twitter. With the prohibitive Interscope out of the picture, the Harlem rapper says her next wish is to join Splendour-bound post-punks Interpol. The 212 rapper recently took to her
New York post-punk revivalists Interpol have gone black and white in the video for their new single All The Rage Back Home, the lead track on their upcoming record El Pintor, due to be released in Australia on 5th September. The clip, which interchanges between black and white shots of the band and footage of
Interpol have shared a live video of Anywhere, a new song which will feature on the band’s forthcoming fifth studio album El Pintor, which is currently slated for release on 5th September. The live clip of Anywhere (below) was captured during the New York band’s gig at the O2 Academy Brixton in London earlier this