Interpol to release live recordings today

'Interpol Live' will be sold through independent music stores

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Interpol will today release their first-ever official live record.

'Interpol Live' will feature six tracks recorded at London’s Astoria in July, and will be sold exclusively through thinkindie.com, a site representing independent music stores in the US.

The EP will include the songs 'Obstacle 1' and 'Stella Was a Diver And She Was Always Down' from 'Turn On The Bright Lights' as well as 'Pioneer to The Falls', 'Mammoth', 'Rest My Chemistry' and 'The Heinrich Maneuver', all from this year’s 'Our Love To Admire'.

The band are currently on a world tour in support of 'Our Love To Admire', and play two sold-out shows at London's Alexandra Palace tomorrow and Friday (November 29, 30).

--By our New York staff.
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