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
Admit it, three days in the company of bands like Outkast, London Grammar, and Foster The People simply isn’t enough. Well, the organisers of Splendour In The Grass 2014 certainly seem to think so, so they’re offering fans the ultimate pre-festival celebration to kick off the weekend. On the eve of Splendour In The Grass
New York post-punk revivalists Interpol have announced that they will release El Pintor, their fifth studio album and first new material in four years, this September. El Pintor (Spanish for “The Painter”, as well as an anagram of Interpol) will be released in Australia on 5th September, and follows the band’s 2010 self-titled release. The
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As you may have suspected following the announcement that they’re set to play Governors Ball, New York indie kings Interpol are coming back with a new record in 2014, announcing that their fifth studio effort will be with us later this year. Although it’s yet to receive a name or concrete release date, the announcement
New York City’s Governors Ball has just dropped its lineup announcement for the 2014 instalment of the festival and it’s a corker – apart from the previously announced Outkast, this year’s festivities will be graced by Jack White, The Strokes, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix and TV on the Radio. Wowzers. If that wasn’t enough for you,
It’s August, 2002. A young post-punk revival group from New York have just released their debut album, Turn on the Bright Lights. The album goes on to surpass expected sales, sell-out venues, top numerous end-of-year lists, act as the soundtrack to much teen angst, and to become forever linked to the zeitgeist of post-9/11 New
Interpol will be releasing a deluxe reissue if their seminal breakthrough album Turn on the Bright Lights, for release this November. The album has been fully remastered, and is included in a hardbound book with unreleased photos (48 pages in the CD, 28 large pages in the vinyl) and a second disc of bonus tracks,
It’s been three years since Interpol frontman Paul Banks introduced his solo alter ego, Julian Plenti, with Julian Plenti Is… Skyscraper in 2009. Now he’ll be releasing a new solo EP, but this time under his own name, titling the release Julian Plenti Lives…. The 5-track EP looks to be the precursor to a new
Interpol frontman Paul Banks is working on a new solo album, the follow-up to his 2009 album Julian Plenti is… Skyscraper. It’s not clear whether he will be releasing it under his solo moniker Julian Plenti. The new album will be released through Matador sometime later this year. Interpol released their last self-titled album in
Interpol Bassist Dave Pajo has left Interpol to spend more time with his family. The announcement was made on the bands official website interpolnyc.com stating that: “Dave Pajo is tagging out, folks. Dave has decided to step out of the spotlight for a spell, and will no longer be touring with Interpol. We’re all friends.
There’s something about the Enmore Theatre that lures universal bands to its stage. For Interpol’s front man Paul Banks, it’s the lovely awnings apparently. He stopped to compliment the theatre’s intricate architecture as he addressed the two thousand-strong audience before him on Tuesday night. Thirteen years into their impressive yet tumultuous career, Interpol have come
Interpol will release their fourth, self-titled, studio record on September 13th through their own newly formed label, Soft Limit.