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Post-Punk Interpol Set To Play at Maho Rasop Fest in December

The New York-originating post-punk revival band Interpol is scheduled to play in Bangkok at the Maho Rasop Festival this year, thrilling fans of the iconic group.

This week, the indie rock event unveiled its 2023 lineup, announcing that the esteemed trio is set to perform on December 2nd and 3rd at ESC Park, situated in the northern metropolitan area of Rangsit.

Established in 1997 in New York City, Interpol was among the pioneering groups arising from the post-punk revival in the early 2000s, rapidly becoming a leading act in the city’s flourishing indie scene.

Their distinctive style, marked by unique vocals and moody instrumentals, has drew comparisons to iconic bands such as Joy Division, Echo and the Bunnymen, and Television.

Interpol’s 2002 debut album, “Turn on the Bright Lights”, received extensive critical praise and secured their status as a powerhouse in the indie music scene.

The album’s triumph was further bolstered when it appeared on numerous “best-of” lists, propelling the band into the limelight/
Since then, Interpol has continually produced music that has struck a chord with both fans and critics, culminating in their seventh LP, The Other Side of Make Believe, which came out last year.

Pre-sale tickets for the Maho Rasop Festival, featuring Interpol as the main act, will be available online this Sunday, with prices starting at THB 3,390.

In the previous year, the festival made a victorious comeback following a pandemic-driven break, showcasing a diverse array of bands and DJs performing over two days in November.

This year’s festival promises to be even more unforgettable, with Interpol’s mesmerizing performance undoubtedly ranking among the highlights.

Don’t miss the chance to experience the post-punk revival in full swing, as the Maho Rasop Festival brings together music enthusiasts from around the globe for a celebration of indie rock’s finest.