The New Yorkers have given an exciting update on Instagram
Interpol has given an update on their upcoming new album – and it looks like it could be with us very soon.
The NYC indie bunch confirmed that they had started work on a new LP in January 2017. Expected to drop at some point this year, the album marks the band’s sixth full-length, and the follow-up to 2014’s ‘El Pintor’. It will be released via Matador Records.
Previously, the trio had shared a few behind-the-scenes studio shots.
Now, the group have posted a Bowie-featuring image – which is simply captioned: “Mastering”. Unsurprisingly, fans are getting pretty excited within the comments section. Check out the Instagram post below.
We could be set to hear something new within a matter of weeks, as the band are scheduled to perform at INMusic Festival in Croatia next month. Other acts appearing include Queens Of The Stone Age, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, David Byrne, St. Vincent, The Kills and more.
Last year, Interpol celebrated the 15th anniversary of their debut album, ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’, with a triumphant show at London’s Alexandra Palace.
During the gig, the crowd were surprised by a debut performance of a new track, ‘Real Life’. The slice of new material was described as a “rush of dark but pop-tinged post-punk that leans on the more direct sound of their last album”.
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