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Indie Rock Veterans Interpol Celebrate 15 Years With New Tour And New Music

It’s been 15 years since Interpol released their acclaimed debut Turn on the Bright Lights. So to celebrate, frontman Paul Banks and company will be heading out on a European tour where they’ll be performing the influential album, which included hits like “Say Hello The The Angels”, “PDA” and “NYC”, in full.

The New York rockers also announced that they were working on a new album for release in 2018. This is big news for fans of the indie rock veterans who took a brief hiatus in 2014 after putting out their album El Pintor. Exclusive fan pre-sale for headline shows is now live at

Interpol singer and guitarist, Banks, has kept busy with a side-project, Banks & Steelz. The well-received collaboration with Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA released and toured with an album, Anything But Words, in 2016.



09 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Lucerna Music Bar

10 – Vienna, Austria @ Arena

12 – Buftea, Romania @ Summer Well Festival

13 – Belgrade, Republic of Serbia @ Belgrade Fortress

15 – Budapest, Hungary @ Sziget Festival

16 – Munich, Germany @ Muffathalle

19 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg @ Den Atelier

20 – St. Malo, France @ La Route Du Rock

22 – Asolo, Italy @ AMA Music Festival

23 – Milan, Italy @ Carroponte

25 – Zurich, Switzerland – Zurich Open Air Festival

27 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ The Koncerthuset

29 – Tilburg, Netherlands @ 013

30 – Groningen, Netherlands @ Oosterpoort


01 – London, U.K. @ Alexandra Palace

03 – Manchester, U.K. @ Albert Hall

05 – Paris, France @ Le Trianon

09 – Madrid, Spain @ DCode Festival


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