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Interpol frontman to play solo set in Sau Paolo next week (March 14)

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Paul Banks will headline Club NME in Brazil next week (March 14).

The Interpol frontman will perform tracks from his most recent solo album 'Banks' at the Cine Joia venue in Sao Paolo. 'Banks' is the singer's second solo effort of his career after his 2009 debut 'Julian Plenti Is... Skyscraper'. He also released a follow-up EP titled 'Julian Plenti Lives…' in 2012.

Interpol released a deluxe edition of their influential debut album in November 2012, featuring previously unreleased tracks from b-sides and demos, live video footage and photos.

Tracks featured on the vinyl edition include 'Get The Girls/Song 5', 'PDA' and 'Roland' from 2001's 'First Demo'. Other tracks include 'Precipitate', and the original versions of 'Song Seven' and 'A Time To Be So Small' from 2002's 'Second Demo'. An early version of 'Gavilan/Cubed' from 2002's 'Third Demo' and the b-sides 'Specialist' and 'Interlude' will feature too.

Keep checking Club NME Brasil to find out who will be playing the next Club NME night.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme.

You can watch a video of Paul Banks' track 'Young Again' below.

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