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Interpol Add Glasgow Date To Summer Tour Plans

Wednesday, 06 February 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Jamie-James Medina

Interpol have added a Scottish date to their tour plans.

The indie-rock trio will tackle the Galvanizers Yard at SWG3 in Glasgow on May 26, the day after they support the Strokes at All Points East in London. Tickets for the new show on general sale at 9am on February 8. 

Interpol also have dates in Leeds and Brighton in the dairy as part of a European tour in June, sparking rumours that they'll appear at this year's Glastonbury festival.

The band are on the road supporting last year's LP 'Marauder', which they recently followed up with new single Fine Mess. Head below to listen to it.

Interpol Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun May 26 2019 - GLASGOW SWG3
Tue June 25 2019 - LEEDS O2 Academy Leeds
Wed June 26 2019 - BRIGHTON Brighton Dome

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