Hear 2nd New Interpol Track

2010-07-12 by AggravatedYeti | 14 Comments
NYC Post-Punkers Interpol have released yet another track from their upcoming self-titled LP--and return to Matador records--slated for releases on September 7.

The second track "Barricade," is available for purchase via the iTunes store, or if you don't want to fork over some dough for essentially a single, you can stream it at One Thirty BPM

"Barricade" @ One Thirty BPM:

http://onethirtybpm.com/2010/07/12/stream-interpol-barricade/

as well as the first track "Lights" in case you missed it (via Interpol's off. site).

http://www.interpolnyc.com/lights.html

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ilikeforests
July 12th 2010
328 Comments


better than lights but im not sure how much better

Apollo
July 12th 2010
10673 Comments


post-punkers lol

I'm starting to get into this band

TMobotron
July 12th 2010
7236 Comments


Jesus I didn't realize one thirty bpm was the website name for the longest time and was just trying so
hard to figure out what i was gonna be listening to in comparison to the actual track that you can buy
on itunes.

EDIT: I enjoyed that track quite a bit, time to go listen to lights.

sheenah1
July 12th 2010
4 Comments


I dig it.

whywontyoudie
July 13th 2010
3064 Comments


it's been so long since i've listened to these guys, it's a shame Carlos left the band. i'm gonna give this a listen.

whywontyoudie
July 13th 2010
3064 Comments


it's missing the very prominent bass lines that Carlos D. would bring to this band, and the way Paul's voice is layered is just kinda weird. this song isn't bad by any means, but it's missing the dark underlying atmosphere and exposing lyrics i'm used to with these guys. but in all honesty, i'm surprised they're still writing music worth listening to, most bands would've faded and become irrelevant by now. but i'm basing all of this on just this song, i haven't heard the other one yet.

Phrike
July 13th 2010
1691 Comments


"it's missing the very prominent bass lines that Carlos D. would bring to this band"

Carlos left after the album was finished, stop talking shit

crazyblinddude
July 13th 2010
3390 Comments


^ srsly

whywontyoudie
July 13th 2010
3064 Comments


teddypicker, i'm not talking shit. and i just looked it up and you're right. but i didn't hear much coming from the bass, so that's why i didn't think he was on this. i enjoy this song, the album is going to be worth buying, and that's the fucking point. not to argue about me not hearing a catchy/memorable bass line from Carlos.

radianteclipse
July 13th 2010
397 Comments


It's alright...

shazwagon
July 13th 2010
84 Comments


I have recently ordered the first two CDs of this band. Am greatly looking forward to this.

bloc
July 13th 2010
46039 Comments


Certainly better than Lights, but still lacking.

Digging: Carly Rae Jepsen - Emotion

Electric City
Emeritus
July 13th 2010
15762 Comments


oh god thisll be a fun review to write

dcha
July 29th 2010
990 Comments


This is a good song.



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