Interpol arrives June 28 at the Auditorium Parco della Musica Ennio Morricone at the Rome Summer Fest 2023 for the only date in the central-south of their world tour. On the Cavea stage, in addition to repertoire hits, the New York-based band will present for the first time live "The Other Side of Make-Believe," the seventh studio album released in July last year produced by Flood & Moulder(Nine Inch Nails, Curve, Gary Numan, Depeche Mode) that has met with international critical acclaim.
The album explores new territory for Interpol: in addition to traveling through the sinister undercurrents of contemporary life, the new songs are imbued with bucolic longing and newfound grace. Daniel Kessler 's guitar arrangements soar, Samuel Fogarino points to precision on percussion, while Paul Banks ' powerful vocals unleash vulnerability. An album in which the essence and qualities of each member emerge through deep interpersonal understanding, respect and appreciation of each.