Interpol : Pioneer Of The Falls

And so it begins. One by one, Interpol's marketing teams are rolling out tracks to the record, but not fast enough to get it all out in time for the upcoming July 10th release of Our Love To Admire. Today, by the powers that be, I was able to listen to three additional songs next to "The Heinrich Maneuver," and I have to say that "Rest My Chemistry" completely blew me away. After playing it three times in a row, I was at east that the record would blow Antics out of the water. Truth be told - Carlos D. will never have to go back to that laundromat in Brooklyn to support himself, and maybe he'll be a little more reserved about which strangers he does blow with in bar bathrooms.

Today, "Pioneer To The Falls" was unleashed to bloggers everywhere, and it really is a gorgeous take on the sadness that was spawned from "Stella Was A Diver And She Was Always Down" on their all-time top ten worthy debut album, Turn On The Bright Lights. At this point, no one's really looking for the NYC Boys That Could to out do themselves and the expectations that their first album placed on them.

But if the growth that occured between Antics and Our Love To Admire stays fairly consistent, then there is little place else for Interpol to go than down a spectacular path.

A 30-Second Teaser (laaaaaaaaaame) for "Rest My Chemistry" that says absolutely nothing about the song:

Remaining Tour Dates:
7-21 Norfolk, VA - Norva
7-23 Cleveland, OH - House of Blues
7-24 Pittsburgh, PA - Byham
7-25 Columbus, OH - The LC Amphitheatre
7-27 Grand Rapids, Michigan - Orbit Room
7-28 Detroit, MI - MI State
7-30 Milwaukee, WI - Rave
7-31 Indianapolis, IN - Egyptain Room
8-01 St. Louis, MO - Pageant
8-03 Covington, KY - Madison Theatre
8-04 Chicago, IL - Grant Park (Lollapalooza)
8-05 Baltimore, MD - Pimlico Race Course (V Festival)
9-08 Montreal, Quebec - Osheaga Music and Arts Festival

Streamin' Demon: Interpol - "Pioneer To The Falls"
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/interpol

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