Interpol lead latest additions to Open’er festival 2019

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Interpol are among the latest additions to join the line-up for Open’er festival 2019.

With Kylie Minogue confirmed today to headline on July 5, the celebrated Polish event will also welcome to NYC indie icons on July 3 alongside new announcements Missio, Lil Skies, Octavian and La Dispute among others.

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Interpol are fresh from their appearance at London’s All Points East Festival, NME hailed their performance as “A tour-de-force in crystalline post-punk.”

Speaking to NME about their new EP ‘A Fine Mess’, frontman Paul Banks said: “It’s all material that we can see being played in a club with people dancing. Sometimes when you turn on an Interpol record you expect people to not be dancing because it’s coming from a more pensive or melancholy place. This is a place rocking EP.”

As for the lyrics of the EP, Banks continued: “’Marauder’ was a little more reflective, and this one’s more about taking the party by the horns. Maybe the lyrics are a little devious and mischievous. There’s no shame to that.”

Open’er Festival returns to Gdynia once more from Wednesday July 3 to Saturday July 6. Other confirmed acts include Vampire Weekend, The 1975, Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, Swedish House Mafia, G-Eazy,  Jorja Smith, Kamasi Washington, Rosalia, IDLES and many more.

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For tickets and more information on Open’er 2019, visit here.

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