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New Interpol Album in 2010

Drummer Sam Fogarino Promises the New Record "Falls Back Towards the First”

Nov 19, 2009 Photography by Wendy Lynch Redfern
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Interpol’s got a new year’s gift for the masses—new music. As revealed by drummer Sam Fogarino in an interview with Paste Magazine, the New York brooders spent their spring break (and then some) laying down new tracks for a yet-untitled album.

Fogarino promises the new material is a departure from their oft-maligned 2007 major-label debut, Our Love to Admire. “The new record falls back towards the first,” Fogarino told Paste. “In trying to move forward, there was an unspoken realization that you can’t let go of your sonic-defining tag.” Fogarino took it upon himself to resurrect Interpol's hallmark aesthetic. “That big wash of reverb? It’s back," It’s there. I personally brought two reverb tanks to the studio that our engineer fell in love with.”

(via Pitchfork)



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