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Interpol have announced an intimate show at New York’s Bowery Ballroom next week.

The show will be the band’s first time to play their new material for a hometown audience just weeks before the release of their third album ‘Our Love to Admire’.

As previously reported, the band recently announced their biggest UK shows to date when they will play Blackpool's Empress Ballroom and London's Alexandra Palace in November

The band previously played a secret show at Bowery Ballroom in October 2004 when they kicked off their ‘Antics’ tour.

Interpol play Bowery Ballroom on June 5.

'Our Love To Admire' is released on July 9.

--By our New York staff.
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