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Posted on Mar 19, 2014 08:08 am
A recording of another new Interpol song performed at their Newcastle comeback gig has emerged online, Gigwise reports. Watch "All the Rage Back Home" below.
On Sunday (16 March, 2014), the band played an intimate show at Riverside in Newcastle (their together since 201) as an intimate warm-up gig for their upcoming headline dates on the NME tour alongside Temples, Royal Blood and Circa Waves.
The NYC gloom-rockers' succinct, career-spanning and hit-packed set featured the live debut of new material from their upcoming fifth album - including three new songs: "My Desire," "Anywhere" and "All the Rage Back Home."
Yesterday, fans across the world reacted positively when footage of two of the tracks appeared online, but now a video of "All the Rage Back Home" has surfaced, and it sounds pretty amazing. It smacks of single material, with a brooding, crooning waltz of a verse before exploding into an infectious and rollicking chorus. It's everything that Interpol do well wrapped up in four minutes.
1. Say Hello to the Angels 2. Evil 3. C'mere 4. My Desire (live debut) 5. Mammoth 6. Not Even Jail 7. Hands Away 8. Anywhere (live debut) 9. Narc 10. The Heinrich Maneuver 11. All the Rage Back Home (live debut) 12. Obstacle 1 13. Take You on a Cruise 14. Slow Hands Encore: 15. Lights 16. Stella Was a Diver and She Was Always Down