Interpol ready to record album three

Expect a 2007 release

Interpol have confirmed they are working on their third album.

In a posting on their official website, the New Yorkers explained that they have been writing for six months and hope to soon begin recording.

They revealed the working titles of some new songs, which include ‘The Heimlich Manoeuvre’ and ‘Pawn Shop’.

Interpol also thanked their fans for their support. They said: “Thanks for standing by. We have you all in our hearts and little pulsating musical minds.”

Despite claiming they broke up four times during the writing of the album, the band added: “We’re all very excited about it and think that you will be too. Having yet to record, we can only say that release will come sometime next year.”