Interpol Eyeing Fall For New Album

New York rock act Interpol is hard at work on its sophomore Matador album. The as-yet-untitled set is being targeted for a September release and re-teams Interpol with producer Peter Katis, who was behind the boards for the group’s 2002 debut, “Turn on the Bright Lights.” Confirmed tracks recorded so far include “NARC” and “Length of Love.”

Interpol will tour in support of the new album but has no plans to play live “for the next several months,” according to its official Web site. For now, fans can enjoy an unsolicited remix of the last album’s “Untitled,” dubbed “Swimwear Remix,” available on the site.

In addition, the instrumental “Interlude,” which was only released on the Japanese edition of “Turn on the Bright Lights,” can be downloaded via Apple’s iTunes Music Store. Guitarist Daniel Kessler has also contributed a “celebrity playlist” to the store.


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