Interpol play one-off UK gig

New Yorkers continue comeback with London show

Interpol continued their return with their first UK show in nearly two years tonight (May 15).

Watched by the likes of Klaxons, Dirty Pretty Things and Hard-Fi, the New Yorkers showcased tracks from their forthcoming album ’Our Love To Admire’ during the gig at KOKO.

Opening with ‘Pioneer To The Falls’, the band also played ‘Mammoth’ and ‘The Heinrich Manuever’ from the record, which is due out in July.

Though speaking little during the gig, singer Paul Banks thanked the crowd after the latter declaring, “that was ’The Heinrich Manuever’, thank you. It’s great to be back in London”.

Interpol played:

‘Pioneer To The Falls’

‘Obstacle 1’


‘Say Hello To The Angels’

‘Take You On A Cruise’


‘Slow Hands’

‘Leif Erikson’

‘The Heinrich Manuever’


‘Not Even Jail’

‘Length Of Love’

‘Stella Was A Diver And She Was Always Down’


The band are now set to release their third album on July 9, read our first impressions of it on our blog News Vulture now.

The band will return to the UK to play the Carling Weekend: Reading And Leeds Festivals in August.