Tuesday 20 August 2013, 11:46 | By

Interpol “digging” new material

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Interpol began making a new LP last week, which is exciting. It will, when it’s released, represent their first since 2010’s ‘Interpol’, and first ever since bassist Carlos Dengler quit the band that same year.

Having indicated back in June that there was a “plan in place” to start taping new material, guitarist Daniel Kessler said early last week that he, Paul Banks and Sam Fogarino were stationed in Brooklyn, adding: “had a good rehearsal yesterday. Started working on a new tune. We were all digging it”.

Still digging it several days later, he tweeted: “We got a bit of a marathon writing session going. Fourteen days straight with no day off but everything be feeling good”.


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