Published Jun 15, 2010After having to replace Carlos D with Dave Pajo and cancel their North American dates supporting U2, it looks like suave New York indie outfit Interpol have got back on track by announcing the release date for their forthcoming self-titled album.
The band's fourth album is now slated for release on September 14 from their old label home of Matador Records. Interpol was self-recorded in New York's Electric Lady Studios, and was produced and mixed by Alan Moulder (Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails) at Assault & Battery in London.
The band, who in addition to Pajo have now also added the Secret Machines' Brandon Curtis, still have a gigantic European tour planned before they return to North American venues. Those dates are here.
The first track to be release from the new record was "Lights," which you can hear either below or in our Click Hear section.