Interpol celebrarán los veinte años de “Antics” en Barcelona

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Interpol will celebrate the twentieth anniversary of “Antics” in Barcelona

The time has come to live it again. In 2005, the New York band Interpol presented his second full-length, “Antics”released in 2004, in the city of Barcelona. This September they will do it again to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the album.

Interpol released a reissue of their second album, “Antics”to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the album and now they are on a tour to celebrate the two decades of life of their second full-length after “Turn On The Bright Lights”released two years earlier, in 2002. In 2005 they presented it at the Razzmatazz venue, performing eight of the ten songs on the album, and now they will do it again to celebrate twenty years of songs like “Evil”, “Slow Hands”, “Next Exit” or “Not Even Jail”.

Paul Banks, Sam Fogarino and Daniel Kessler will review an album that served to consolidate their career, a career that spans a quarter of a century and has given us other albums such as “Our Love To Admire” (07), “Interpol” (10), “The painter” (14), “Marauder” (18) and “The Other Side of Make-Believe” (22).

The celebration of this anniversary will be the September 24th at the Paral·lel 62 venue in BarcelonaTo get your hands on tickets you will have to wait until this Friday, when they will go on sale at Fever.

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