Published Apr 26, 2010Interpol still haven't followed up 2007's Our Love to Admire (perhaps because they can't agree on what direction to take on the album), but fans of the stylish New Yorkers do have some new tunes to look forward to. Well, if you consider the score to a trapeze act something to look forward to, that is, because that's what Interpol drummer Sam Fogarino is up to these days.
It sounds weird, and, well, it kind of is. Fogarino, who is also keeping busy with Swervedriver front-man Adam Franklin in Magnetic Morning, has scored Canopy Studio's upcoming Fractured Fairy Tales show, reports Paste. Canopy Studios is based in Athens, GA, where Fogarino lives.
Fogarino wrote all the music for the family event, which runs April 30, May 1 and May 2, with two shows going down on May 1. Tickets are on sale now and are available here. If you do make it out to the show, don't forget to dress up as a fairy-tale character. No, we're not making this up. (Shockingly, we have made up nothing in this news story thus far.)
In other news, a release date has been set for Interpol's long-awaited fourth album (just kidding, we made that up) and the band will be opening up for some North American U2 concerts this summer (shockingly, we didn't make that one up).