Interpol brings ’The Black’ EP to digital outlets for 20th anniversary of ’Turn on the Bright Lights’

Matador Records

Interpol‘s EP The Black has finally been released on digital outlets.

The six-track collection, which has long been out of print since its original debut on CD in 2003, features four songs recorded during Interpol’s live session for Radio France, including the rarity “Specialist,” as well as the studio track “Say Hello to the Angels” and a demo of “NYC.”

The EP’s digital arrival coincides with the upcoming 20th anniversary of Interpol’s debut album, Turn on the Bright Lights, which dropped August 20, 2002. Interpol is also celebrating the anniversary with a hi-res restoration of the band’s 2002 Turn on the Bright Lights mini making-of documentary, which is streaming now on YouTube.

Meanwhile, Interpol released a new album, The Other Side of Make-Believe, in July. They’ll launch a U.S. tour in support of the record alongside Spoon on August 25 in Asbury Park, New Jersey.

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