Interpol release new track 'What Is What'

Despite releasing their latest studio album 'El Pintor' earlier this year, Interpol have already got some new material for us, which they have released as a free download.

The new song 'What Is What', along with album track 'Everything Is Wrong', are available to download from the band's official website here, by keying in the words 'everything is wrong'.

All those who download the tracks will be entered into a competition to win an exclusive 7" copy of 'Everything Is Wrong' when it gets its official release next year.

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