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He releases his second solo album 'Banks' on October 22

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Interpol frontman Paul Banks has announced a short UK tour in support of his forthcoming solo album, 'Banks'.

'Banks' is his second solo album and will be released on October 22 via Matador Records. It follows his 2009 debut 'Julian Plenti Is... Skyscraper'. He also released a follow-up EP titled 'Julian Plenti Lives…' earlier this year. Scroll down to listen to new song 'The Base'.

Banks will play four UK and Ireland dates in January 2013, as part of a wider European tour. He starts off at Dublin Academy on January 20, before shows at Glasgow King Tuts and Manchester Sound Control, finishing up at London's KOKO on January 24.

Paul Banks plays:

Dublin Academy (January 20, 2013)
Glasgow King Tuts (21)
Manchester Sound Control (22)
London KOKO (24)




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