August 11, 2009 9:00

Interpol's Paul Banks: 'I will tour my Julian Plenti solo project' Interpol Tickets

Tune into NME Radio at 4pm for exclusive interview and session with the singer

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Interpol frontman Paul Banks has revealed today (August 11) that he plans to tour as his solo alter-ego Julian Plenti.

The singer, who recently released the album 'Julian Plenti… Is Skyscraper', spoke to NME Radio about his plans for his solo project.

"I'm really enthused about this music and making more of this music and doing everything that goes into it," he told DJ Iain Baker. "There are some shows that are just getting booked now. There will be a tour!"

To hear the full interview, plus two tracks recorded exclusively in session, make sure you tune into NME Radio from 4pm (BST) today (August 11).

To tune in, head to Sky Channel 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727, DAB in London or NME.COM/Radio.

Meanwhile, an NME Radio iPhone application, which allows users to listen to the station at better then normal quality and text the studio direct, has been made available on iTunes.

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