From the new Interpol album "El Pintor", out September 8/9
Directed by Paul Banks and Sophia Peer
Directed by Paul Banks and Sophia Peer, Producer: Jess Cohen, Production Company: Coco Collective, Director of Photography: Milos Jacimovic, Editors: Winston Case & Paul Banks, Production Manager: Tara Bassim, Camera Operator: Travis Libin, 1st AC: Mike Sutter, 2nd AC: Joe Labate, DIT: Jonathan Minard, Key Gaffer: Freddy Cintron, Key Grip: Atsushi Takaoka, Best Boy Electric: Darcy Schlitt, Swing: Lisa Itabashi, Best Boy Grip: Drew Elias, Playback: Christopher Keyes, Stylist: Kate Stein, Hair & Make Up: Justine Sweetman, PA: Deno Williams, PA: Marcus Del Vallem, Photographer: Pip Cowley, VFX: Uros Perisic, Color Grade: Nikola Mrdalj, Surfer Footage: Jack McCoy / Blake Kueny and John John Florence / LEAF and Isaac Zoller
It's been four years since celebrated post-punks Interpol released an album, and fans can now officially welcome them back with their new single "All the Rage Back Home."
The song begins as a softly spacious, crooning ballad. It picks up around 50 seconds in, as a crunchily propulsive rhythm section joins the atmospheric guitar leads. It's toe-tapping and infectious without losing the band's signature moodiness. The accompanying black and white video shows the band performing in a black, shadowy room; these shots are intercut with surfing footage.
It was directed by Paul Banks and Sophia Peer.
El Pintor is due out on September 8 on Matador.