Interpol - "Ancient Ways" (video) + Tour Dates

Interpol offer up a new single, "Ancient Ways", from their upcoming Matador Records release, El Pintor. This coming weekend the band will play FYF Fest and then kick off a huge fall tour.


8/20 - Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee Theatre

8/21 - Las Vegas, NV @ The Pool at The Cosmopolitan

8/23 - Los Angeles, CA @ FYF Fest

9/15 - Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom

9/16 - Seattle, WA @ Paramount

9/17 - Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom

9/20 - Oakland, CA @ Fox Theatre

9/24 - San Diego, CA @ House of Blues

9/26 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot

9/27 - Denver, CO @ Ogden

9/29 - Lawrence, KS @ Granada

9/30 - Tulsa, OK @ Cains

10/02 - Dallas, TX @ Southside

10/03 - Houston, TX @ House of Blues

10/04 - Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits

10/07 - New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues

10/09 - Memphis, TN @ Minglewood Hall

10/11 - Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits

11/06 - St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Landing

11/07 - Orlando, FL @ House of Blues

11/08 - Miami, FL @ Fillmore

11/10 - Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle

11/11 - Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works

11/12 - Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre

11/14 - Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue

11/15 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Pabst Theatre

11/17 - Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall

11/18 - Toronto, ON @ Kool Haus

11/20 - Montreal, QB @ Metropolis

11/21 - Boston, MA @ House of Blues

11/22 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

11/24 - New York, NY @ Terminal 5

11/26 - New York, NY @ Terminal 5

11/29 - Washington, D.C @ 9:30 Club

11/30 - Washington, D.C @ 9:30 Club





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