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    Morrissey,
    "It's Over"

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    Interpol,
    "If You Really Love Nothing"

Morrissey

with special guest Interpol

Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 7:30 PM
PAST EVENT

Morrissey’s last studio album, the critically acclaimed Low in High School, was released in November of 2017. Of Morrissey and LIHS, Rolling Stone Magazine said….”as philosophical alt-rock goes, the man is still peerless.” Pitchfork described the release as “returning Morrissey to his most utilitarian purpose as the spokesperson for youthful melancholy.”

The highly successful LIHS album campaign was accompanied by what proved to be some landmark Morrissey concerts, highlighted by sold out performances to over 24,000 fans in London (various venues) and 35,000 fans in Los Angeles (Hollywood Bowl), as well as a thrilling festival headliner at 2018’s Tropicalia Festival. 

Morrissey will perform songs spanning his legendary career along with new songs from his upcoming album, California Son, to be released on May 24th. 

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Interpol

Interpol

Since their emergence in the early 2000s, Interpol have occupied a unique space within indie rock. Not only did they — along with the Strokes and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs — lead New York City’s turn-of-the-century rock revival, they also helped kick-start the post-punk revival that endured well into the 2010s. On their instant classic 2002 debut album, Turn on the Bright Lights, angular guitars and Paul Banks’ glamorous, ominous baritone owed as much to the legacy of the Chameleons, the Smiths, and the oft-mentioned Joy Division as they did to the energy sweeping through their hometown after 9/11.

Over the years, their remarkable consistency on albums such as 2004’s Antics and 2014’s El Pintor helped them weather changing lineups and fashions, while 2018’s Marauder found them embracing their veteran status with newfound vigor. Look for their new album, A Fine Mess, to be released May 17th.

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