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Interpol Announces September Release Date for Self-Titled Fourth LP

Reveals Identity of New Bassist, Expands Tour With Additional European Dates

Jun 04, 2010
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Interpol have finally divulged via their official website the identity of the bassist set to replace the recently departed Carlos D on their upcoming tour, and it's no less than the legendary David Pajo, founding member of Slint with a damn impressive résumé as a sideman (Stereolab, Tortoise, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Yeah Yeah Yeahs) who's also recorded as a solo artist under a litany of monikers (Papa M, Pajo, Aerial M). They've also revealed that their now self-titled album, hinted to be a return to Turn On the Bright Lights stylistic form according to drummer Sam Fogarino, is due to be released in mid-September, along with some brand new European additions to this year's tour itinerary. Up to date tour information is below.

Tour Dates:

06-21 Rochester, NY - Water Street Music Hall
06-22 Buffalo, NY - Town Ballroom
06-23 Pittsburgh, PA - Mr. Small's Theatre
06-25 Allentown, PA - Crocodile Rock Cafe
06-27 Minneapolis, MN - TCF Bank Stadium *
06-28 Des Moines, IA - People's Court
06-30 East Lansing, MI - Spartan Stadium *
07-01 Cincinnati, OH - Bogart's
07-02 Cleveland, OH - House of Blues
07-03 Toronto, Ontario - Rogers Centre *
07-05 Columbia, MO - Blue Note
07-06 Chicago, IL - Soldier Field *
07-08 Athens, GA - 40 Watt Club
07-09 Miami, FL - Land Shark Stadium *
07-10 Charleston, SC - The Music Farm 
07-12 Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field *
07-14 Baltimore, MD - Ram's Head Live
07-16-17 Montreal, Quebec - Montreal Hippodrome *
07-19 New York, NY - New Meadowlands Stadium *
07-20 Providence, RI - Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
07-21 New Haven, CT - Toad's Place
07-23 Clifton Park, NY - Northern Lights
07-24 Lancaster, PA - Chameleon

09-16 Caen, France - Le Cargo
09-18 Paris, France - Stade De France *
09-21 Lille, France - Aeronef
09-22-23 Brussels, Belgium - Stade Roi Boudoin *
09-25 Bordeaux, France - Le Vigean
09-26 San Sebastian, Spain - Anoeta Stadium *
09-28 Granada, Spain - La Industrial Copera
09-29 Seville, Spain - Olympic Stadium *
10-01 Santiago, Spain - Santiago De Compostela
10-02-03 Coimbra, Portugal - Estadio Cidade Coimbra *
10-05 Bilboa, Spain - Rockstar Barakaldo
10-06 Toulouse, France - Li Bikini
10-08 Rome, Italy - Olympic Stadium *
11-12 Lisbon, Portugal - Campo Pequeño
11-13 Madrid, Spain - Palacio Vistalegre
11-14 Barcelona, Spain - San Jordi Club
11-16 Marseille, France - Dock Du Sud
11-17 Milan, Italy - Palasharp
11-18 Vienna, Austria - Gasometer
11-20 Berlin, Germany - Tempodrom
11-21 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Heineken Music Hall
11-22 Dortmund, Germany - Westfalenhalle 2
11-24 Nottingham, England - Rock City
11-25 Newcastle, England - O2 Academy
11-26 Birmingham, England - O2 Academy
11-27 Edinburgh, Scotland - Corn Exchange
11-29-12-01 Dublin, Ireland - Olympia
12-03 Manchester, England - Apollo
12-04 Liverpool, England - Liverpool University
12-06-07 London, England - O2 Academy Brixton

* with U2

(Via: Pitchfork)

 



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