NYC’s Interpol has been through some fairly drastic changes recently, losing their most infamous member, bassist Carlos D just a few months ago. He stayed to complete work on this, their 4th record out today, but won’t be heading out on this colossal tour that has Interpol headlining for U2. Their label changed too, having left Capitol after a one off, the band is back with Matador with whom they released their first two records.
Last night the band played a private performance for radio station KCRW at producer Bob Clearmountain’s Berkeley Street Studios. You can catch that performance and an interview performance this Thursday (Sept. 9 at 11:15am PST) on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic. Pics are up here, if you’re a fan inclined to see them one last time before the arenas.
In the meantime, check out a stream of the entire record, out now on Matador:
Full track list:
2. Memory Serves
3. Summer Well
6. Always Malaise (The Man I Am)
7. Safe Without
8. Try It On
9. All Of The Ways
10. The Undoing