Interpol knows how to keep a secret — and they have a very big one waiting to come out. It’s been three years since Interpol delivered their critically acclaimed sophomore album Antics on indie mainstay Matador Records and with their long-awaited new LP Our Love To Admire coming out this summer on Capitol Records, the band is keeping their lips firmly sealed about what to expect from their debut major-label offering.
"I’d rather wait and have the record speak for itself," Interpol’s longtime drummer Sam Fogarino told a curious Chicago Innerview. "We don’t want to give it all away yet. We live in a day and age where everything happens so quickly. We did our first shows for the pre-release in Canada and immediately the new material was thrown up on YouTube — which is good, but when you put in many months of blood and sweat and people get their first glance of it recorded with the lowest fidelity on YouTube, it’s a little disheartening. We want people to hear how it’s meant to be heard."