Interpol will perform at the Sala Mamba in Murcia on February 24


The North American band will star in the star concert of the programming of the new venue in the Atalayas area, which will open its doors on November 19 with a capacity of more than 1,000 people

The North American band Interpol will give a concert on February 24 at the new Sala Mamba in Murcia (Carril Molino de Nelva, 10). Promoter Monkey Pro teamed up with Primavera Sound this Monday to announce what will be one of the most notable performances in the venue’s programming for next year. Tickets go on sale on Friday, November 18 from noon on the Compralaentrada website, at a price of 35 euros (plus expenses).

The concert is part of Interpol’s tour of the Iberian Peninsula, one of the benchmarks of this century’s alternative rock and one of the most sought-after names for festival lineups this summer, to present what is already their seventh album, ‘The other side of make-believe’, which was released last July and with which he was already one of the headliners at the latest edition of Primavera Sound, with dates also in San Sebastián (February 14), Santiago de Compostela (February 15), Santander ( February 19), Madrid (February 20), Barcelona (February 23) and Malaga (February 25).

Formed in New York in 1997, the band rose to fame with their first album, ‘Turn on the bright lights’ (2002), which received critical acclaim and was part of the post-punk revival that took place mainly in New York. with other iconic groups such as The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and The National (one of the headliners of the late Murcian festival SOS 4.8 in 2015), who were clearly inspired by the garage of the 60s and post-punk and new wave of the 70s

During his more than two decades of career and seven studio albums, Interpol has left behind great songs, always with a dark touch and a lot of sophistication, such as ‘Untitled’, ‘C’mere’, ‘Slow hands’, ‘Obstacle 1’, ‘Evil’, ‘Rest my chemistry’, ‘If you really love nothing’, ‘All the rage back home’ and ‘Narc’, which features Paul Banks’ deep voice, Daniel Kessler’s plucking guitar and drum rhythms by Sam Fogarino. The original bassist, Carlos Dengler, left the band in 2010 and his position is currently filled by Brad Truax, plus keyboardist Brandon Curtis for live performances.

Sala Mamba, located in the Atalayas area, will open its doors on November 19, with a program of national and international artists of all styles of music, including performances by Sidecars (on opening day), Delaporte (November 24), Caliphate ¾ (November 26 ), SFDK (December 2), Derby Motoreta’s Burrito Kachimba (December 3), Carolina Durante (December 9), El Drogas (December 16), Rulo y la Contrabanda (December 17), Boney M. (December 23), Among others Ojete Calor (December 30), Morgan (February 10), La Bien Querida (February 11), Los Secretos (February 18), Los Punsetes (March 18) and Miguel Campello (March 25).

Source: La Verdad


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