Interpol's Paul Banks for US Julian Plenti solo tour

Singer to hit the road in November

Interpol's Paul Banks for US Julian Plenti solo tour
Interpol frontman Paul Banks has announced the US tour dates for his Julian Plenti solo project.

Playing in support of his recently released debut album 'Julian Plenti… Is Skyscraper', an initial date at New York City's Guggenheim Museum on September 25, will be followed by a run of dates in November.

"I'm really enthused about this music and making more of this music and doing everything that goes into it," said Banks in a recent interview with NME Radio.

Support on all November dates comes from Brooklyn's I'm In You.

The date for the Julian Plenti tour are:

New York City, NY Guggenheim Museum (September 25)
San Diego, CA House of Blues (November 14)
Seattle, OR Chop Suey (16)
Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom (17)
San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall (18)
Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre (19)
Chicago, IL Metro (21)
Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club (23)
New York, NY Bowery Ballroom (24)
Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Bowl (25)
Philadelphia, PA First Unitarian Church (27)

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