Interpol confirms new Music Farm date in August 

Tickets are on sale today (June 25)

Tickets for the rescheduled Interpol show on Wed. Aug. 18 at the Music Farm are now on sale for $30. The New York-based alt-rock band was set to play on July 10 at the venue, but canceled their summer tour with U2. Interpol plans to embark on a four-month tour of Europe and the U.K. this fall.

Led by founding members Paul Banks (vocals, guitar) and Daniel Kessler (guitar, vocals), the current Interpol lineup features drummer Sam Fogarino (who replaced Greg Drudy in 2001) and two new arrivals — keyboardist Brandon Curtis (of Secret Machines) and bassist David Pajo (formerly of Slint, Papa M, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs).

They recently announced a September release date for their long-awaited eponymous fourth album on Matador Records. A video for the disc's lead-off single "Lights" (directed by Charlie White) is available at the band's website.

Tickets are available at etix.com. Visit musicfarm.com and interpolnyc.com for more.


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