Interpol collaborators strut their stuff
Oslo gave a rousing performance at Club NME Los Angeles last night (June 11).
The California indie rock quintet played tunes from their most recent album ‘The Rise And Fall Of Love And Hate’, which was co-produced by Interpol‘s Sam Fogarino.
They also played a handful of tracks from their 2005 self-titled debut including crowd-pleasers ‘Minute Gun’ and ‘My Soul’ at a far more relaxed tempo than usual.
The room was packed with fans who danced and cheered after each song. When someone walked out toward the end of the set, frontman Mattia Borrani quipped, “Thanks for coming. On a Wednesday I’d be outta here too.”
‘No Rhyme Or Reason’
‘Things Fall Apart’
‘The Rise And Fall Of Love And Hate’
Club NME with Fred Perry Subculture takes place at Spaceland in the Silver Lake neighbourhood of Los Angeles every Wednesday night.
Next Wednesday (June 18), Midnight Movies are set to headline Club NME Los Angeles.
For more information, visit Myspace.com/clubnmela.
–By our Los Angeles staff.