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Interpol: Our Love To Admire

Interpol | Our Love To Admire (10th Anniversary Edition)

When Interpol arrived, with ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’, they did so fully formed. Not the work of a band trying to find a sound or an identity, their debut album was, like The Strokes’ ‘Is This It’, a detailed mission statement. Which poses the question: where to next?

The answer, for the NYC quartet, was more of the same: ‘Antics’ covered the same ground as its predecessor, but with weaker songs. So, for their third album, the band knew they needed to do something different.  

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Interpol turn on the bright lights at Alexandra Palace

Interpol are celebrating the 15th anniversary of their debut album ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’ with a European tour that will see the band playing the record in its entirety.

The month-long trek, which kicks off in Prague, includes a London show at Alexandra Palace on 1 September.

Tickets go on general sale on 27 January.

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