Play London’s Alexandra Palace Friday 8th November

To celebrate the anniversary of their seminal album Antics, Interpol have announced a UK tour this November playing the album in full. Kicking off in Wolverhampton on November 1st, the run of dates will culminate with a show at London’s Alexandra Palace on Friday November 8th.


Released in 2004, Antics cemented Interpol’s position as one of the most influential bands of their generation. The album’s dark, atmospheric soundscapes and frontman Paul Banks’ signature vocals spawned iconic tracks such as ‘Slow Hands,’ ‘Evil,’ and ‘C’mere’ and Antics continues to resonate with fans worldwide, solidifying its place as a modern classic.


Formed in New York City, Interpol quickly rose to prominence with their unique blend of post-punk, shoegaze, and dark wave influences. Their debut album, Turn on the Bright Lights, became a critical and commercial success, establishing the band as a major force in alternative music. Over the course of their career, Interpol have released seven critically acclaimed studio albums including The Other Side of Make-Believe in July 2022, selling over a million records worldwide.


The band continues to tour extensively, captivating audiences with their powerful live performances with 2024 seeing the band tour across the US, South America and Europe, before UK dates this winter.


Tickets for their UK tour go on general sale Friday 22nd March at 9:00am and will be available from /



Fri 01 Nov 2024          University of Wolverhampton at The Halls

Sat 02 Nov 2024        Manchester O2 Apollo

Tue 05 Nov 2024       Newcastle O2 City Hall

Thu 07 Nov 2024        Bristol Beacon

Fri 08 Nov 2024          London Alexandra Palace


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