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Gig-run begins in New York on June 21

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Interpol have announced details of their first tour since 2008.

Kicking off in Rochester, New York on June 21, the 15-date jaunt will end in Lancaster, Pennsylvania on July 24.

The shows will coincide with the group's previously announced support slots on U2's North American tour.

The band, who are gearing up for the release of the follow-up to 2007's 'Our Love To Admire', will hit the road without bassist Carlos Dengler, who recently quit the band.

Meanwhile, Interpol have released a track from their new album sessions, 'Lights', as a free download, and said they expected to preview more material soon.

Interpol will play:

Rochester, NY Water Street Music Hall (June 21)
Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom (22)
Pittsburgh, PA Mr Small's Theatre (23)
Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock Café (25)
Des Moines, IA People's Court (28)
Cincinnati, OH Bogart's (July 1)
Cleveland, OH House Of Blues (2)
Columbia, MO Blue Note (5)
Athens, GA Watt Club (8)
Charleston, SC The Music Farm (10)
Baltimore, MD Ram's Head Live (14)
Providence, RI Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel (20)
Haven, CT Toad's Place (21)
Clifton Park, NY Northern Lights (23)
Lancaster, PA Chameleon (24)


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