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Interpol barrels through snowpocalypse to play career-spanning show at Union Transfer

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Interpol | photo by Matthew Shaver | matthewshaverphoto.com

I once spent 23 hours on a flight over to Asia.  About 10 hours in to it, the very real thought popped in to my head that I may lose my mind and just go nuts.  That was on a vacation.  Can’t imagine being stuck in a bus for 50 hours on my way to work.  Interpol made it though, 3 cancelled shows later, Philly was their first stop post-snowpocalypse, and they were anxious to play to a sold-out Union Transfer crowd.

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Interpol returns to Philly for headlining Union Transfer gig in November

Photo by Eliot Lee Hazel
Photo by Eliot Lee Hazel

Interpol just announced a North American fall tour in support of its new album, El Pintor, and it includes a stop in Philly at Union Transfer on November 22. The eagerly anticipated album, coming out on September 9 via Matador Records, is the band’s first since 2010’s self-titled effort – and this is also sort of a self-titled album, El Pintor being an anagram of Interpol. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. and can be purchased here. Check out the music video for the new single, “All The Rage Back Home,” from El Pintor below.