INTERPOL TRIUMPH IN LONDON

The band perform a storming set before a sold-out Forum...

Interpol bought their ’ANTICS’ to LONDON on Saturday (November 20) for a one-off gig at the FORUM.

Other than two very small gigs at the ICA and the Scala in September, the show marked the first time the majority of fans in the sold-out crowd had heard material from the band’s eagerly awaited second album – the follow-up to 2002’s debut ’Turn On The Bright Lights’.

Tracks taken from ’Antics’ included the Top 40 single ’Slow Hands’, the forthcoming follow-up ‘Evil’, ’Length Of Love’, ’Not Even Jail’, and ’Narc’.

The setlist was:

‘Next Exit’

‘Say Hello To The Angels’

‘Narc’

‘Public Pervert’

‘Obstacle 1’

‘Not Even Jail’

‘Hands Away’

‘NYC’

‘Length Of Love’

‘Slow Hands’

‘Evil’

‘PDA’

‘Leif Erickson’

‘Roland’

‘Untitled’

As previously reported on NME.COM, Interpol have confirmed details of their biggest ever London show.

The band come back to the UK in April 2005 for a gig at the London Carling Brixton Academy (April 9). Before that, they play a few pre-Xmas shows.

The band’s UK dates now are:

London Forum (November 20)

Bristol Carling Academy (December 15)

Birmingham Carling Academy (16)

Glasgow Carling Academy (17)

Manchester University (18)

Nottingham Rock City (19)

London Carling Brixton Academy (April 9 2005)

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