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Among the good things that happened after the post punk revival, Interpol's ingenious music stands its own ground. They have been one of the most popular indie rock angle American bands. Their spare guitars and cadaverous vocals have made them the most recognizable sound of the early 2000s. They have upped the New York Indie music scene with their zing and zest. Their acts have been nostalgic bringing back the piquancy of New York's Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Joy division and Strokes. Their songs are usually ruled by the dark aura which is furnished with intricate guitars work and somber singing.

About Interpol

Interpol came together in the late 90s and it took them several years to surface as one the eminent new waves artists. The band had a strong British influence and it communed from their tailored suited look. The band started out with Daniel Kessler, Greg Drudy, Carlos Dengler and Paul Banks. The band has now come down to Paul Banks, Sam Fogarino and Daniel Kessler. The band has played a significant role in the post punk revival of the New York City and this continues to be their forte. The band has been creating brooding music which has enabled them to create their own niche. The band has also been noted for their spare songwriting which involves all the band members rather than relying on one person to be responsible for song writing.

The band has been actively performing since 1997 and has come up with four studio albums. They have also released six extended plays and nine singles. Interpol has been around for quite a while till they released their debut studio album Turn on the Bright Lights. Their album was released by an independent label by the name of Matador records. The album was quite successful and charted as the peaking album on the Billboard charts. It was great hit at UK singles charts and Billboard Independent album's charts. The album had popular singles like PDA, NYC, Obstacle 1 and Say Hello to the Angels. The singles of the album PDA, NYC and Obstacle 1 were released with music videos which were lauded tremendously. The album was given the acclaim of being one of the greatest albums of the decade by rolling stones. It also got a lot of critical appreciation from Pitchfork, NME and Stylus. After the encouraging reception of their debut studio album, they released their second album in 2004. The album was titled as Antics and was bolder reflection of Interpol. The album was a huge success, selling over five hundred thousand records worldwide. This album was a more out there than its predecessor but Interpol were still able to maintain their signature sparse arrangements. The throbbing bass, powerful drums, intricate guitar work and grave baritone created a lethal combination. The song writing was also crucial; redolent and fuzzy lyrics perfectly set the right mood for this album. The atmospheric tone of the album was way brighter than their first album. The album was a favorite of many critics and some of the best indie releases of the years.

The next in the row was Our Love to Admire came out in 2007 and this album was a Capital records release. The Heinrich Maneuver was the first single to break into the market and was critically appreciated. The album was deviation from their angular dark punk music and was bent more towards classical music adding texture and depth. The album was major hit with peaking chart position on Billboard and UK charts. The singles Mammoth and Heinrich Maneuver were the most popular singles of the album charted on the UK singles. Their final studio album till now has been a self titled album released in 2010. The album has power packed singles like Barricade and is already doing great with its lighter dramatic mood. Interpol is already on the road promoting their album all across the US and if you want to catch them play some exclusive songs of the album then get your Interpol tickets now!

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