It will be their Croatian debut
The festival, which takes place on the Isle of Youth in Zagreb’s lake Jarun, has already announced a host of huge names for its 2018 edition, from Queens Of The Stone Age and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, to Alice In Chains, David Byrne, St. Vincent, Portugal. The Man, The Kills, and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes.
Now, the ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’ heroes are set to make their Croatian debut at INMusic, one of their few appearances this summer as they ready their upcoming sixth studio album.
Set in the heart Croatia’s scenic lakeside, last year’s spectacular saw performances from Kasabian, Alt-J, Kings Of Leon, Arcade Fire, Slaves and many more.
INmusic will take place from June 25-27. For tickets and more information, visit here.
Last year, Interpol played a triumphant Alexandra Palace show in support of debut album ‘Turn On The Bright Lights” 15th anniversary.
As part of a post-‘Bright Lights’ material encore, they kicked off with underrated ‘Antics’ gem ‘Not Even Jail’. Other highlights included the indie radio classics of ‘Slow Hands’, ‘Evil’ and the now firm fan favourite of ‘El Pintor’s ‘All The Rage Back Home’, but the biggest surprise came when the band debuted new track ‘Real Life’ – a propulsive rush of dark but pop-tinged post-punk that leans on the more direct sound of their last album.
Interpol have previously confirmed that their new album is due for release on Matador Records in 2018, having shared photos of progress on the record from the studio.