The New Yorker band Interpol released their album El Pintor last September, defined by the leader of the band, Paul Banks, as a return to their roots. Many big band begin to experiment and move in ways that differ from what they started doing at first, but eventually return to the sound that gave them their distinctive style. Sonically, heirs of Joy Division, Interpol recover the serious and dark sound of Turn On the Bright Lights, whose cover refers to the artwork of the record. In this new production abound melancholic and piercing sounds, a perfect blend of bass with high notes on a background that creates a characteristic atmosphere of the band composed by Banks, Paul Kessler and Sam Fogarino. The album title is an anagram of the name of the group. If you like Interpol, you do not stop listening to “All the rage back home”, “Ancient ways” and “My desire”.