Published Feb 24, 2011Last year was a pivotal one for beloved post-punks Interpol, as they released their first album in three years and lost bassist Carlos Dengler. The band hit up Toronto and Montreal earlier this month on their massive world tour, but we've got a little something extra for fans who are still craving more from the group. It's a short film called Interpol on Interpol.
The documentary was made by the Creators Project and the Matablog calls it "an unprecedented look at the band's history and creative process, with special emphasis on last year's fantastic self-titled album."
The vid has some music clips and a few visuals, but most of it is devoted to an interview with the band reflecting on their own career (hence the title). See it embedded below.
The Creators Project have also developed "a new visual experience to match [the band's] live set" at Coachella. We're guessing this means that Interpol's music will be getting some video and light accompaniment specially for the festival.
This fall, Interpol will be returning to Toronto and Montreal with U2. See the schedule here.