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Alternative-rock meets art-rock when New York rockers Interpol take the stage. Come see Interpol, the masterminds behind the critically acclaimed albums “Turn on the Bright Lights” and “Antics,” and see what the buzz is all about! Fan-favorite Interpol tracks include "PDA" and "Slow Hands"! Don't miss your chance to see Interpol LIVE! Buy your Interpol tickets now!
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Interpol Concert Tickets

Based out of New York City, Interpol is an American indie-music band. Formed in 1997, the band originally consisted of frontman Paul Banks, guitarist Daniel Kessler, pianist and bassist Carlos Dengler?, and Greg Drudy on drums. Drudy was ultimately replaced by Sam Fogarino, while Dengler left the group in 2010 to pursue personal musical projects. Interpol is known for their sound, part of the same New York City indie scene that gave genesis to such groups as The Strokes, Longwave and The National. They’ve been compared to Joy Division numerous times for the clear punk influence in their sound. Interpol is known to tour only every several years, so purchase your Interpol tickets today.

Interpol’s albums include their 2002 debut Turn On the Bright Lights, Antics (2004), Our Love to Admire and El Pintor. The group took a hiatus during 2011 and 2012 to focus on personal projects before regrouping to record El Pintor. Banks, the group’s leader, has indicated that he actually prefers not to tour, citing a preference for focusing on production of new music. Nonetheless, Interpol’s stage presence is one influenced by the revival of a post-punk sound and deep, provocative lyricism. El Pintor featured Banks on bass, in light of Dengler’s departure.