Interpol have announced a host of new tour dates, including gigs in London and across the US.
The band will tour in support of their upcoming seventh studio album, which they’ve just finished recording with producers Flood & Moulder at Battery Studio in London.
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Interpol have today (January 25) announced a number of new live shows which will take place from April through to June, including a second date at the Roundhouse in London in June. The first London gig, which was announced back in August, has already sold out.
Today’s announcement also includes details of a US tour that kicks off in Dallas on April 25. The band will be supported by Tycho and Matthew Dear on that run.
You can see Interpol’s full 2022 tour schedule, including their summer festival dates, below. Tickets for the newly announced shows go on sale on Friday (January 28) at 10am local time from here.
25 – The Factory in Deep Ellum, Dallas
26 – ACL Live at the Moody Theater, Austin
28 – Marquee Theatre, Tempe
29 – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre, San Diego
30 – Greek Theatre, Berkeley
2 – The Union, Salt Lake City
3 – Mission Ballroom, Denver
5 – Palace Theatre, St. Paul
6 – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom, Chicago
7 – The Fillmore Detroit, Detroit
8 – Agora Theatre, Cleveland
10 – The Anthem, Washington
11 – Roadrunner, Boston
13 – The Met Philadelphia, Philadelphia
14 – Kings Theatre, Brooklyn
15 – Kings Theatre, Brooklyn
21 – Rose Bowl, Pasadena – Just Like Heaven, LA
28 – Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico
8 – Sala Apollo, Barcelona, Spain
9 – Primavera Sound, Barcelona, Spain
11 – Primavera Sound, Porto, Portugal
12 – Templehof Sounds Festival, Berlin, Germany
14 – Roundhouse, London
15 – Roundhouse, London
16 – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
18 – Salle Pleyel, Paris, France
19 – Pinkpop Festival, Landgraaf, Netherlands
“It definitely feels like us,” Banks explained about the new material. “It’s the heart and soul of our band – like, there’s a DNA to our sound.
“Another part of me thinks, ‘This might be super fucking different’.”