Day Wave and Hazel English present new song “PDA.” The duo spearhead the lo-fi, sun-drenched, DIY and dreamy indie-rock sound bursting out of the…Read More
Formed in 1997, the band’s original line-up consisted of Paul Banks (vocals, guitar), Daniel Kessler (guitar, vocals), Carlos Dengler (bass guitar, keyboards) and Greg Drudy (drums, percussion). Drudy left the band in 2000 and was replaced by Sam Fogarino. In 2010, shortly after recording finished for the band’s fourth album, Dengler left to pursue personal projects.
Interpol, having first performed at Luna Lounge along with other notable bands like The Strokes, Longwave, The National and Stellastarr, is one of the bands associated with the New York City indie-music scene, and was one of several groups that emerged out of the post-punk revival of the 2000s.
The band’s sound is generally a mix of staccato bass and rhythmic, harmonized guitar, with a snare heavy mix, drawing comparisons to post-punk bands such as Joy Division and The Chameleons. Aside from the lyrics, their songwriting method includes all of the band members, rather than relying on any given chief songwriter.
The band’s debut album Turn on the Bright Lights (2002) was critically acclaimed. Subsequent records Antics (2004) and Our Love to Admire (2007) have confirmed the band’s initial success and turned them into a commercial and critical success. The band released its fourth, self-titled album on September 7, 2010.
The band was on hiatus from 2011 through while they focused on other projects but were rehearsing new songs in March 2013, according to their Twitter account.
Interpol will celebrate the 15th Anniversary of their debut album Turn On The Bright Lights by playing the record in its entirety during a…Read More
Interpol have premiered their Paul Banks directed video for “Everything Is Wrong.” Along with the video premiere, Interpol has also announced the Everything Is…Read More
Hundred Waters’ tour with Interpol kicks off tonight (dates below) and they’ve just shared a music video for “Out Alee”, a standout track from…Read More
Hundred Waters have announced the impending release of Down From the Rafters, a new EP comprised of remixes of the namesake song, a focus track from 2014’s acclaimed The Moon Rang Like a Bell full length. The EP arrives at digital retailers and streaming platforms on October 16th via OWSLA, ahead of this the band has shared a remix:Read More
Interpol’s Paul Banks’ shares his Favourite Five Albums with Northern Transmissions, including titles by Nas, Kool Keith, and john frusciante, Interpol’s new album ‘Elpintor’ is now out on Matador RecordsRead More
Last night Interpol celebrated the release of their “masterful” new LP ‘El Pintor’ (Matador) with a performance of their single “All The Rage Back Home” on The Late Show with David Letterman.The Letterman performance closes a week in New York, which included two shows: a special concert at the Met:Read More
For Interpol’s fifth album, El Pintor, the band aren’t trying anything new, but there is definitely an urgency and vitality restored to the group given the departure of mainstay Carlos Dengler, after the completion of their last album, 2010’s Interpol. That:Read More
When Carlos Dengler, the iconic bassist from Interpol left the band following the completion of their 2010 self-titled, the future of the group was uncertain. While there was no strife between the remaining three members, the time was at hand for a much:Read More
On September 2, Interpol will perform at The Metropolitan Museum of Arts Temple of Dendur – a special concert celebrating Interpols first new album in four years, ‘El Pintor’ (Sept. 9, Matador Records), and the launch of the Met’s new flagship app:Read More
Interpol share their new single “Ancient Ways,” a track from their forthcoming record ‘El Pintor’ out September 9th via Matador Records. Interpol play their next live show at the Fyf Festival in Los Angeles on August 23rdRead More
Hundred Waters have announced their return to European shores with a 20 date headline tour this autumn. Having toured with the likes of The XX, Alt-J, & joining Interpol in North America this Fall it marks a long awaited return to European shores with a:Read More