Photographer James Day recently captured the dapper essence of the re-assembled rockers of Interpol as they prepare for their upcoming shows in New York City.
From The New Yorker:
When the New York band Interpol released its début album, “Turn On the Bright Lights,” in 2002, it was a shining moment for rock acts in the city. Although the spotlight has moved on, Interpol has endured, delivering post-punk bricolages of moody melodies and brainy lyrics. In 2010, Carlos Dengler, a.k.a. Carlos D., Interpol’s eccentric bass player, quit the band, but the other members of Interpol—the lead singer, Paul Banks, the guitarist, Daniel Kessler, and the drummer, Sam Fogarino—regrouped, with Banks taking over the foundational bass-playing duties. Their new album, “El Pintor,” is full of high-energy anthems with familiar streaks of misery. Interpol is on a North American tour that finds them at Terminal 5 on Nov. 24-26.