Interpol “Certainly Expect” To Bring ‘Marauder’ Tour To Australia

Post-punk revivalists Interpol have revealed they “certainly expect” to tour Australia off the back of the release of their upcoming sixth studio album, Marauder.

Speaking with Music Feeds contributor Riley Fitzgerald on Wednesday, Interpol frontman Paul Banks said he believes the band will eventually return to Australia behind the release of Marauder.

“We did do some festivals there around [2014 album] El Pintor, which I remember fondly, and I would certainly expect we’re going to make our way down there,” he said.

“We always have a blast in [attempting an Australian accent] Oz-tray-li-a.”

Interpol were last down under in 2014 when they performed at Splendour In The Grass, but they haven’t played an Australian headline tour since back in 2011.

The band — that’s Banks, Daniel Kessler and Sam Fogarino — have already released two songs from Marauder — ‘The Rover’ (below) and ‘Number 10’. The album is set for release this Friday, 24th August.

Stay tuned for Music Feeds‘ full interview with Paul Banks, coming soon.

UPDATE: Interpol Chat New Album ‘Marauder’, Aussie Tour Plans & Finding “Good Ideas”

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