Interpol will release their fourth, self-titled, studio record on September 13th through their own newly formed label, Soft Limit. The New York-based band announced the news of the album to fans on their website last week. The album was recorded at Electric Lady Studios, New York, produced by Interpol, and mixed with Alan Moulder at Assault and Battery, London. The band will be touring in North America this summer and in the UK and Europe later in the year.
For the release of this record, the band are going back to their independent roots by releasing the album on their own, newly formed label, Soft Limit, licensed to Cooperative Music throughout the world – excluding North and South America.
The following was posted on their website last week :
“The month of September; summer ends, classes begin. The coming of a new season is in the air as autumn approaches. A time of year when the natural world slips into a slumber, and Interpol releases it’s fourth studio recording. The self titled, self produced, long-player will be available world wide in mid September. We can’t wait to share our new effort with all of you. We’ve just announced some shows and we look forward to see you soon in your neck of the woods.”