It is up to me now, turn on the bright lights

1:20 into this video one man in the audience realize that Interpol is his religion and he accepts it wholeheartedly, Hands reaching for the sky in the middle of the dirty Glastonbury audience. I think I might have looked similar to that when I got to see The Strokes live for the first time in 2006. It was five years ago Interpol stood at the giant Glastonbury stage and now, with 2010s festival kicking off this weekend, I can’t help wonder where his religion has taken him? Interpol’s debut album, titled Turn on the bright lights, a line taken from a this song (NYC), has stood the test of time well and there are still few album I rather put on before a bike ride through a dark and cold Amsterdam night.

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