Interpol live at Milk Studios

Posted by The G on June 27, 2010 under G Reviews | 2 Comments to Read

Photos by G.

Paul Banks of Interpol

On June 26, 2010 at the loading dock of Milk Studios, Interpol played an hour long set for the launch party of The Creators Project in New York.  This show marked the first appearance of new bassist Dave Pajo as well as Secret Machines singer Brandon Curtis on keyboards.  The band played for just about an hour on a really hot New York night, but the crowd didn’t seem to mind the heat as the Interpol show was the hottest place to be in the city of a million things to do. Interpol opened with “Success,” a new track from their upcoming self-titled album and also played new tracks “Summer Well,” as well as “Lights.”  They also played crowd favorites “PDA” as well as “Obstacle 1.”  It was my first time seeing Interpol live and I loved it!


See more photos and the set list after the jump.

Paul Banks and Dave Pajo

The set list for Interpol at Milk Studios in New York on June 26, 2010 was:

Success / Evil / Say Hello To The Angels / Summer Well / Narc / Lights / Mammoth / PDA  / Slow Hands / Obstacle 1 / Not Even Jail


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