Old warbly voice Paul Banks continues to lead melancholic indie group, Interpol.
American rock band Interpol have lined up a number of UK shows for summer this year. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 17 March.
The post-punk trio are set to perform at the Brighton Dome on Sunday 28 May before heading to the O2 Academy in Leeds on Monday 29. They'll take over Queens Hall in Edinburgh on Wednesday 31 May before finishing up in Bristol the following evening.
American indie pop duo Water From Your Eyes will support the 'C'Mere' group throughout all tour dates. The trek comes in support of Interpol's new album The Other Side of Make-Believe which arrived in July last year.
The record is their seventh studio album and follows 2018's Marauder. Taking to Twitter to share its release, the band said, 'We put our little hearts into the creation of the album and hope you love it as much as we do.'
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