Music band Interpol returns to Summer Well festival with an energetic show in the night of Perseids

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Music band Interpol on Saturday ended the first day of the 'holiday festival' Summer Well, after performing an energetic show with many light effects, in front of thousands, on the Stirbey Domain.

The Americans from Interpol also participated in the first edition of the Summer Well festival, in 2011. The band returned this year with its post-pun and indie-pop rhythms, in the night of Perseids, knows as the most spectacular meteor night.

'We have been here before and we are felling very well right now,' said Paul Bans, the soloist.

Interpol performed music plays such as 'Say Hello to the Angels', 'Summer Well', 'The Heinrich Maneuver', 'Length of Love', 'Memory Serves', 'Slow hands', 'Not Even Jail'.

The band's first album — 'Turn on the Bright Lights' — was released in 2000 and it received a lot of critical acclaim, having climbed up to the top positions in the important music charts. There followed 'Antics' (2004), 'Our Love to Admire' (2007), 'Interpol' (2010) and 'El Pintor' (2014), which confirmed the good quality of their music. In more than 15 years of music career, the band sold more than 2 million albums and performed on the stages of some of the most important music festivals.

The seven edition of the summer Well debuted on Friday, with an evening picnic and a concert of the Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra.

The first to go on the stage on Saturday was the British band singing an alternative pop Oh Wonder. The band was followed by Honne — an electronic music duo. The evening continued with The Kills and Metronomy.

The festival continues on Sunday with the British band Editors, as the most important guest of the evening. Along them, they will appear on the stage Roosevelt, Nothing But Thieves, Birdy and Glass Animals.

The last band to perform at the Summer Well will be The Bloody Beetroots. AGERPRES (RO — author: Florentina Peia, editor: Irina Poenaru; EN — author/editor: Cristina Zaharia)

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