Interpol have shared another new song off their upcoming seventh album, The Other Side of Make-Believe (pre-order on vinyl). Colored with chiming piano, "Something Changed" is contemplative, atmospheric and simmering.

The video for "Something Changed" is the second part of the short film by director Van Alpert that started with first single, "Toni." Says frontman Paul Banks. "Reality and reverie converge and our two lead characters find themselves in a kind of dream state - being pursued inexorably by an ominous figure (played by myself.) The lives of the three are intertwined in a nebula of fear, retribution, desire, and defiance.”

The video is slightly NSFW (things have been blurred out but not totally) and you can watch that and "Toni" below.

The Other Side of Make-Believe, which the band made with producers Flood and Alan Moulder, is out July 15 via Matador and you can pre-order it on vinyl now.

Interpol's tour with Tycho and Matthew Dear starts soon and includes two hometown shows at Brooklyn's Kings Theatre on May 14 and 15. They also have a summer tour with Spoon and The Goon Sax that hits Asbury Park's Stone Pony Summer Stage on August 25.

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