Hear “All the Rage Back Home,” Interpol’s First Single Off ‘El Pintor’

On September 9, Interpol will drop their brand new album El Pintor via Matador Records. The ten-track LP has been something of a mystery so far, with the only audio clips available so far being live recordings from fans and professional cameras. But today, at long last, we get to hear a studio version of their first single, “All the Rage Back Home,” thanks to BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe.

El Pintor is the follow-up to 2010’s self-titled and is, surprisingly, only their fifth record to date. After smashing into the scene with the highly-praised classic Turn on the Bright Lights in 2002, Interpol has taken their time putting out music that is carefully crafted. The new album will showcase a “reinvigorated” Interpol, and “All the Rage Back Home” proves that press statement to be true. The single shows fierce bass and enthusiastic guitar lines over Paul Banks’ immediately recognizable croon, letting fans sigh in comfort knowing the New York City alt rock band is back.

Check out the music video, which was co-directed by Banks and Sophia Peer, below:

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