Interpol invite you to Big Shot City – a global exhibition and pop-up shop running July 12-17, marking the release of the group’s seventh album The Other Side Of Make-Believe. The exhibition, named after one of the songs on Interpol’s new album, will run July 15-17 in London and take place simultaneously in Los Angeles, New York, Mexico City and Tokyo in collaboration with photographer Atiba Jefferson and Brain Dead Clothing, alongside in-person meet-and-greets and Q&A’s with band members, Jefferson and Brain Dead in some of the events.
Each event/space will host a gallery of Jefferson’s exclusive photographs of Interpol, captured throughout the making of the record, alongside special items available for purchase including limited-edition Interpol x Brain Dead t-shirts (2x designs), an exclusive zine of Jefferson’s photographs designed by Brain Dead, and a handful of one-off Jefferson-designed skateboards in partnership with Girl Skateboards.
Alongside attending the London exhibition, Interpol will play a three-day run of sold-out album release shows in London: St John’s Hackney (in association w/ Rough Trade – SOLD OUT) July 16, Pryzm (in association w/ Banquet Records) on July 17, and Kentish Town Forum (rescheduled show – SOLD OUT) on July 18.
Big Shot City exhibition events:
LA: Hosted at the Brain Dead Studios, 13 – 16 July
NYC: Hosted at 155 Lafayette Street, 13 – 16 July
MX City: Hosted at Not A Gallery, 16 – 17 July
Tokyo: Hosted at Brain Dead’s space in Harajuku – 15 July
London: Hosted at Truman’s Brewery – 15 – 17 July
London release weekend shows:
Sat, July 16 – St John’s, Hackney (in association w/ Rough Trade) SOLD OUT
Sun, July 17 – Pryzm, Kingston (in association with Banquet Records) SOLD OUT
Monday, Mon, July 18 – Kentish Town Forum (rescheduled show) – SOLD OUT