Why See Interpol?
Firmly established as one of the pre-eminent indie bands of this era, Interpol's brand of edgy indie has earned the band a wide fan base, with their first two albums - 'Turn On The Bright Lights' and 'Antics' - securing them a top spot in the playlists of music lovers around the world. Often dark and brooding, their music's trademark of intricate guitar work and electronica-influenced percussion is as recognisable as Paul Banks' vocals.
Interpol saw a major change to their four-person line-up in 2000 when founding member and bassist Carlos Dengler left the band, but have continued all the same, releasing their first album as a trio in early 2014. El Pintor is the band's fourth studio album, and has been hailed by some as a return to their 'Antics' days. Decide for yourself and see them at Los Angeles and Forest Hills.
Performance date: 23 September 2017
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