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Interpol bring in new bassist
Interpol have announced the arrival of two new members for their upcoming live shows bass guitarist Dave Pajo and keyboard player Brandon Curtis.
Pajo was formerly in Slint and has also worked with the likes of Will Oldham, Zwan and Tortoise in the past.
He replaces Carlos Dengler, whose departure from Interpol was announced last month.
Meanwhile, Curtis is best known as a member of the Secret Machines.
"We are very excited and honoured to be working with such talented individuals," said a statement from Interpol.
The group have also revealed that their next album will be self-titled and is due to be released in mid-September.
They are set to visit the UK later this year, with their tour of the country beginning on November 24th 2010 at Rock City in Nottingham.
Interpol will then go on to play shows in Newcastle, Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool, before finishing off with two shows in London.Posted on 7 Jun 2010 10:54 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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