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Interpol’s “One thing Modified”: Stream New Tune

Interpol’s “One thing Modified”: Stream New Tune

Interpol's "Something Changed": Stream New Song

Final week, Interpol introduced their new album The Different Facet of Make-Imagine by sharing lead single “Toni,” and the primary a part of an accompanying quick movie. Now, the band is again to complete the story with “One thing Modified.” Take a look at the only and visible beneath.

“In ‘One thing Modified,’ half 2 of our quick movie with Van Alpert, actuality and reverie converge and our two lead characters discover themselves in a sort of dream state — being pursued inexorably by an ominous determine (performed on my own),” Interpol singer Paul Banks defined in a press release. “The lives of the three are intertwined in a nebula of worry, retribution, want, and defiance.”

The monitor matches the melancholy piano of “Toni” with equally foreboding keys. “I waded by way of disgrace for this,” Banks sings, in his famously resigned monotone. If “Toni” and “One thing Modified” are any indication, The Different Facet of Make-Imagine is gearing as much as be a very moody soundscape.

Banks, guitarist Daniel Kessler, and drummer Samuel Fogarino recorded The Different Facet of Make-Imagine with legendary producers Flood and Alan Moulder. The trio started the LP, their seventh total, remotely in 2020 earlier than fleshing it out collectively in 2021. The album arrives July fifteenth by way of Matador, and you’ll pre-order it right here.

Later this month, Interpol will hit the street with Tycho and Matthew Pricey. Then, this summer time, they’ll embark on a co-headlining tour with Matador labelmates Spoon. Discover tickets to all of the band’s gigs by way of Ticketmaster.

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