Stranded In Stereo: Admiring Interpol

Monday, June 18, 2007

Admiring Interpol

It's a lame thing to admit, but I've been watching some of these Interpol promo clips for their new album, Our Love To Admire, out July 10th. Though each of them are only 30 seconds, and feature just excerpts of what we're gearing up to Admire (yeah yeah, the pun is intended,) it's definitely making me ponder what's in store.

The rollicking, shambled guitar heard in this excerpt of "The Lighthouse,"
Admire's final number, really has me going. Makes me wonder what Paul Banks will be singing about, or will that uneasy guitar be the only voice we hear? Ooh.

Here we find the opening moments of the album, and their current live sets, of the funeral procession "Pioneer To The Falls." What does this bear have to do? Was he a pioneer back in the day before he was stuffed?

In other news, I'm sure you all saw that Pitchfork noticed the resemblance between the art for
Admire and Ola Podrida's self-titled debut. Both are on Volume 6 of Stranded In Stereo, shipping soon, with no conflicts in artwork to be had.

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