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Interpol Share Video for ‘Something Changed’

The band is touring throughout North America and Europe this summer
Photo: Atiba Jefferson

Interpol unveiled a new track, “Something Changed,” from their forthcoming The Other Side Of Make-Believe.

The first track the band released from the album, “Toni,” was accompanied by the first of a two-part film directed by Van Alpert (Post Malone, Machine Gun Kelly). “Something Changed” follows as the second part and conclusion.


“In ‘Something Changed,'” singer Paul Banks says, “reality and reverie converge and our two lead characters find themselves in a kind of dream state – being pursued inexorably by an ominous figure (played by myself.) The lives of the three are intertwined in a nebula of fear, retribution, desire, and defiance.”

The Other Side Of Make-Believe is out July 15 via Matador. The band began working on the album remotely during 2020, and they worked with production veteran Flood (Mark Ellis) and co-producer Alan Moulder.

Interpol is slated to perform some of their biggest international shows to date this year, including a two-night stint in June at London’s Roundhouse, and stops at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Los Angeles, City Palacio De Los Deportes in Mexico City, and Barcelona’s Primavera Sound Festival.

Interpol The Other Side Of Make-Believe Track List

1. Toni
2. Fables
3. Into The Night
4. Mr Credit
5. Something Changed
6. Renegade Hearts
7. Passenger
8. Greenwich
9. Gran Hotel
10. Big Shot City
11. Go Easy (Palermo)

Interpol Tour Dates

Apr 25 Dallas TX, US The Factory in Deep Ellum
Apr 26 Austin TX, US Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater
Apr 28 Tempe AZ, US Marquee Theatre
Apr 29 San Diego CA, US Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU
Apr 30 Berkeley CA, US Greek Theatre
May 2 Salt Lake City UT, US Union Event Center (The Union)
May 3 Denver CO, US Mission Ballroom
May 5 St. Paul MN, US Palace Theatre
May 6 Chicago IL, US Aragon Ballroom
May 7 Detroit MI, US The Fillmore
May 8 Cleveland OH, US Agora Theatre & Ballroom
May 10 Washington DC, US The Anthem
May 11 Boston MA, US Roadrunner
May 13 Philadelphia PA, US The Met Philadelphia
May 14 Brooklyn NY, US Kings Theatre
May 15 Brooklyn NY, US Kings Theatre
May 21 Pasadena CA, US Just Like Heaven Festival
May 28 Mexico City, MX Palacio de los Deportes
Jun 8 Barcelona ES, Sala Apolo
Jun 9 Barcelona, ES Primavera Sound Festival
Jun 11 Porto, PT Primavera Sound Festival
Jun 12 Berlin, GE Tempelhof Sounds Festival
Jun 14 London, UK The Roundhouse
Jun 15 London, UK The Roundhouse
Jun 16 Brussels, BE Ancienne Belgique (AB)
Jun 18 Paris, FR Salle Pleyel
Jun 19 Landgraaf, NE Pinkpop Festival
Aug 25 Asbury Park NJ, US Stone Pony Summer Stage
Aug 26 Toronto ON, CA Budweiser Stage
Aug 27 Portland ME, US Thompson’s Point
Aug 28 Providence RI, US Bold Point Pavilion
Aug 30 Columbus OH, US KEMBA Live! Outdoor
Sep 1 Cincinnati OH, US Andrew J. Brady Music Center
Sep 2 Atlanta GA, US The Eastern
Sep 3 Asheville NC, US Rabbit Rabbit
Sep 6 Pittsburgh PA, US Stage AE Outdoors
Sep 8 Indianapolis IN, US TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park
Sep 9 St Louis MO, US Stifel Theatre
Sep 10 Oklahoma City OK, US The Criterion
Sep 13 Las Vegas NV, US The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas
Sep 14 Paso Robles CA, US Vina Robles Amphitheatre
Sep 16 Seattle WA, US Paramount Theatre
Sep 17 Portland OR, US Pioneer Courthouse Square
Sep 18 Portland OR, US Pioneer Courthouse Square