Interpol’s “If You Really Love Nothing” has all constituent elements of the band working together to craft something special. The dynamic between the bass and drums is a bouncy back and forth that is punctuated by the on-point drumming and splashy cymbals that are laid down. Haunting guitars work to provide a second voice with the dreamy vox that blink in and out of existence. The depth of If You Really Love Nothing is such that fans will continue to find new twists and turns five or ten plays in. Interpol has made a cut that will appease music fans and technical aficionados alike.
We covered Interpol’s previous single The Rover back in July.