INTERPOL MIX THEMSELVES UP

The band offer up a new release to coincide with their sold-out London shows...

Interpol are to release a new single to coincide with their two sold-out dates at LONDON CARLING BRIXTON ACADEMY next month.

The group, who play the venue on April 8 and 9, release ’C’mere’ on April 11. The track is backed across the formats by remixes of other tracks from the group’s ’Antics’ LP. The twist is the remixes are by the band members themselves – Daniel Kessler tackles ’Not Even Jail’, Paul Banks is responsible for ’Narc’, Carlos D revamps ’Public Pervert’ and Sam Fogarino gets to grips with ’Length Of Love’, with a little help from indie rock legend Bob Mould.

As previously revealed on NME.COM, the band are confirmed to support [url=]Coldplay at Dublin Marley Park on June 22 and London Crystal Palace Sports Arena on June 28.