Interpol Confirm Fifth Album In The Works
Posted by Joseph Lee on 08.16.2013
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NME reports that Interpol has confirmed they are working on their fifth studio album.
Guitarist David Kessler wrote on Twitter: "We had a good rehearsal yesterday. Started working on a new tune. We were all digging it.-DK. And wouldn't ya know it... we started working on another new tune yesterday. August be a breeding ground.-DK."
The band released their fourth, self-titled album in 2010, which was their last with former bassist Carlos Dengler. Singer Paul Banks released his second solo album Banks in October of last year. That was the follow-up to his 2009 debut Julian Plenti Is...Skyscraper
Interpol re-released their debut album Turn On The Bright Lights in November to celebrate the tenth anniversary. The re-release has lots of "forgotten material." The album was originally released in 2002 and was followed by Antics in 2004, Our Love to Admire in 2007 and Interpol in 2010.
The band said in a statement: "We never could have imagined that the album would have reached so many people throughout the world. We spent a good deal of time this past year digging through our archives and asking others to dig through theirs in the hopes of uncovering some forgotten material.