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Photos of Interpol Performing at a Hollywood Parking Lot

Record Release Show for Fans at Space 15 Twenty

Sep 08, 2010 Photography by Wendy Lynch Redfern
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Last night Interpol played an "Out-Store" performance in a parking lot at Space 15 Twenty in Hollywood. Fans who pre-ordered Interpol's new, self-titled fourth album via Los Angeles area independent record stores (or via Matador Records' website) were given wristbands to attend this cozy event. The NYC band played tracks from all four of their albums as the sun set in Hollywood. The iconic Capitol Records building (home to their one-time label) was visible in the distance. This was the day that Interpol was released and the album marks their return to Matador, their original label. Fans who couldn't get into the event watched from across the street, which brought to mind U2's famed "Where the Streets Have No Name" video, but on a smaller scale. The band will soon be on tour with U2, check out all of Interpol's tour dates on their website here.

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Curran
September 14th 2018
1:54am

You could have actually a lot more photos from the event and that is how actually people will be looking forward to see the pics from an event. And this is the main drawback I have always felt with the way you cover these events.  online computer repair