Interpol Shed Some Light On New Album

Interpol Shed Some Light On New Album
NYC’s Interpol have revealed details about their forthcoming third album. In an interview with the NME, guitarist Daniel Kessler reported that the band are in the final stages of recording their debut album for Capitol Records.

Kessler feels the music represents another side to the band, particularly due to the heavy use of electronics. "We had keyboards on from the start which we’ve never done before — it’s like a fifth member. There’s a lot more texture, and interesting sounds; there’s definitely progression and growth,” he said.

Though rumours have circulated about the album’s title, Kessler admitted that it will not be called Moderation. "Moderation? Really? That sounds terrible — small doses! We’re going to start deciding the titles in the next week¬ or so. We’ve got on called ‘Mammoth’ at the moment, I doubt that’s going to change, and another called ‘The Heimlich Manoeuvre.’ We’ll see if we keep that — it could be funny.”

Interpol have just announced an unexpected quick jaunt through Canada in April as a warm up for their Coachella appearance at the end of the month. Beginning at the Capitol Music Hall in Ottawa on the 15th, they will also play shows at in Kitchener (Element) on 16th, London (Cowboys Ranch) on the 17th, Winnipeg (Garrick Centre) on the 20th, Calgary (MacEwan Centre) on the 22nd, Edmonton (Event Centre) on the 23rd and finishing up on the 25th in Vancouver (The Commodore).