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Interpol announce new album release date

The self-titled LP is due out on September 14

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Interpol have announced the release date for their new album.

The group's upcoming self-titled album will be released on September 14, reports Pitchfork. At this point a UK date has yet to be confirmed, although it is expected to be a day earlier on September 13.

The band's fourth effort will be released on Matador Records, the label that released their first two LPs, 2002's 'Turn On The Bright Lights' and 2004's 'Antics'. It's also the last to feature bassist Carlos Dengler, who quit the group earlier this year.

Recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York and mixed with Alan Moulder at Assault And Battery in London, the album is set to have an orchestral feel, according to frontman Paul Banks.

As previously reported, the New York group have recently added two new members to their live set-up. On bass and replacing Carlos Dengler is Dave Pajo, while Secret Machines frontman Brandon Curtis will play keyboards and sing backing vocals.

Interpol are set to tour the UK and Ireland this winter.

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