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Watch Interpol and David Lynch’s video collab on NME.COM

'I Touch A Red Button' was unveiled at Coachella earlier this year

Interpol‘s video collaboration with David Lynch has been made available to watch online – scroll down and click below to see it.

Animated short film ‘I Touch A Red Button’ features the New York band’s track ‘Lights’, which was the first release from their self-titled fourth album last year.

The clip was first unveiled during the group’s performance at Coachella earlier this year.

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Writing a column for the Huffington Post about the hook-up, Interpol were keen to clarify that the clip is “not a music video for our song”.

“He [Lynch] made an animation of his character, and allowed us to show it,” they said, before explaining how the collaboration came about.

“We decided to send him our song ‘Lights’ which we usually perform under red lights – as it seemed a fitting match [for Lynch‘s character]. And thus this short clip was born.”

Interpol will return to the UK next month to play at O2 Academy Glasgow (August 23) and Aberdeen Music Hall (24) before their slots at the Reading And Leeds Festivals (26 and 28).

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