The Rover" is a song by American rock band Interpol. It is the first track and the lead single from the band's sixth studio album, Marauder (2018) and was digitally released on June 7, 2018. Self-produced and written by the band, the song debuted and peaked at No. 35 on the Mexico Ingles Airplay. The official music video for "The Rover" was released on July 11, 2018.
Marauder is the sixth studio album by American rock band Interpol. It was released on August 24, 2018, by Matador Records. The album was produced by Dave Fridmann and recorded at his studio, Tarbox Road, in Cassadaga, New York from December 6, 2017 through April 18, 2018. Three singles were released from the album: "The Rover" on June 7, "Number 10" on July 30, and "If You Really Love Nothing" on August 23.
Produced by Dave Fridmann. Come and see me and maybe you'll die But I can keep you in artwork, the fluid kind That's enough for excitements today Prostrated faded, it's pay-to-play. Come and see me, yeah, maybe you'll try I've been holding these pyros til they could fly Open up and enlighten again Enjoy the skyline, it's an incremental end. "Walk in on your own feet" Says the rover "It's my way or they all leave" Says the rover (Ooooh, Ooooh) The rover
Interpol, the NYC band that helped define early 00s alt-rock with their guitar interplay and skinny ties, is coming back with their first album in four years. Via a livestreamed press conference in Mexico City, the band announced that Marauder is out on August 24 and debuted its first single "The Rover. The song is Interpol as shit, which means ricocheting guitars and an unstoppable rhythm section, this time playing that same "This Charming Man" skip that was featured on the band's album track "Say Hello to the Angels.
Interpol have announced a new studio album: Marauder is out August 24 via Matador Records. The first single is called The Rover. Hear it below; scroll down for the Marauder tracklist and cover art (which features a photograph of 1973 .
The Rover' is the first single taken from Interpol's new album 'Marauder', released on August 24th on Matador Records.
Interpol returns after a four-year hiatus with its sixth studio album, ‘Marauder. The dark, spirited The Rover serves as the set’s promo single. a suffit, hell yeah, maybe it’s time, You can’t stick to the highways, it’s suicide. Marauder’ is a character that appears in a number of songs, according to frontman Paul Banks
Interpol have announced their sixth studio album, Marauder. Set for an August 24th release via Matador Records, the LP follows 2014’s El Pintor. The band revealed the news via a live-streamed press conference held in Mexico City. Marauder marks the first time they’ve worked with an unfamiliar producer since 2007’s Our Love to Admire, in this case Dave Fridmann (Spoon, The Flaming Lips). You can hear that in the lead single, The Rover, a driving and relentless bit of post-punk revivalism. Check it out below, and tune into The Late Show with Stephen Colbert tomorrow, June 8th, to watch Interpol give the track its live debut. You can also watch the press conference, which is set to be transformed into a music video: Marauder Artwork: Marauder Tracklist: 01. If You Really Love Nothing 02. The Rover 03. Complications 04. Flight of Fancy 05.
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