Interpol frontman Paul Banks has mapped out a lengthy tour in support of his forthcoming solo album, which drops Oct. 23 and is titled simply 'Banks.' The singer-guitarist kicks off the month-long U.S. leg of his trek on Nov. 3 at the Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, Texas, and then returns to the road next year for a European leg that begins Jan. 20 in Dublin, Ireland.
Interpol fans may have spent many a recent commercial break wondering "How are things on the West Coast?" thanks to that AT&T 4G commercial that's always playing, but now they can start thinking about new tunes, as Paul Banks revealed plans for a new solo album in 2012. The Interpol frontman has announced an Oct. 23 release date for the disc, which is simply titled 'Banks.'
The frontman of Interpol, Paul Banks, has released a new EP that is as off-the-wall as it is deadpan, as heartfelt as it is wacky. In only five tracks, the record gives the listener a breadth of experience, making 'Julian Plenti Lives' one of the most interesting surprises of the year.
Three years after Paul Banks introduced his alter ego Julian Plenti to the world, the Interpol frontman has announced plans to resurrect the moniker for a pair of solo projects in 2012 -- starting with the new EP 'Julian Plenti Lives...' on June 12.