First Listen of Interpol's New Album | WVIA

First Listen of Interpol's New Album

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Tuesday, August 26th - 10pm

The indie rock band that helped resuscitate the New York music scene in the early aughts recently with the classic album, Turn On The Bright Lights, is about to release its fifth record. The upcoming album, El Pintor, is the band’s first since 2010. The album’s lead single, “All The Rage Back Home,” hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Twitter chart. 

 

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