Paul banks interpol dating
[I’m] very shy but I was like, f--k it, you live once, kid. There’s a bridge you wrote on "Can’t Hardly Feel." I’ve never sung someone else’s melody.
That was new to me to sing even a couple of phrases that I didn’t write.
The album is also said to be “due for release through Matador Records in 2018.” The band recently announced details of a UK and European tour to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their classic debut album, ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’. Read more: 9 things you didn’t know about Interpol’s ‘Turn on the Bright Lights’ Frontman Paul Banks is soon to return to the UK to tour his collaborative album with Wu Tang’s RZA ‘Anything But Words’ by Banks & Steelz, but it looks like the band are back together and looking to the future.
Meanwhile, former bassist Carlos D recently made headlines when he opened up about the truth behind him leaving the band.
Paul Banks: Well, the label said it would be a good idea to go through Europe and do press, hit all the markets I guess. Paul Banks: It's really hard for me to pinpoint what things in my life get channeled directly into songs.
I'm sure that does but not in the way you'd expect. That's where music is a great outlet for stress for me, so it might not actually be that I've seen wonderful picturesque monuments, it might be that I'm actually fucking fed up!
Having announced a 15th anniversary tour for ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’, a spokesperson for the band has also revealed that they are “currently working on new material in their native New York”.Paul Banks is the lead singer, lyricist and guitarist of Interpol.He is also half of Banks and Steez, a project with RZA.“I have to admit that I couldn’t help but to feel that the band was constraining a creative impulse.It wasn’t for lack of actually trying to make it work; it was still three tortuous years of trying to…