Update - June 23, 2010: In the U.S., the self-titled album will be released on September 7 on Matador.
June 15, 2010:
Interpol are headed back to their indie roots for their cleverly titled fourth studio record, which will be released Sept. 13 through the band's own newly formed label, Soft Limit and licensed to Cooperative Music throughout the world excluding North and South America.
Interpol huddled into New York's legendary Electric Lady Studios to record their upcoming self-titled opus, handling production duties then mixing the album with Alan Moulder, who's worked with everyone from Depeche Mode to Nine Inch Nails, at Assault & Battery in London.
While we previously mentioned that David Pajo would be replacing Carlos D, we neglected to mention that Interpol has rounded things out by tapping Secret Machines' Brandon Curtis for keyboards and backing vocals. Now with the full lineup intact, Interpol version 2.0 added a U.K. swing to their 2010 tour. See revised dates below.
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