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Interpol announce global exhibition and pop-up shop ‘Big Shot City’
Interpol have announced the launch of a new global exhibition and pop-up shop to mark the release of the group’s seventh album ‘The Other Side Of Make-Believe’.‘Big Shot City’, which is named after one of the songs on Interpol’s new album, will run from July 15-17 in London, taking place simultaneously in Los Angeles, New York, Mexico City and Tokyo.The exhibition is a collaboration with photographer Atiba Jefferson and Brain Dead Clothing, and will include in-person meet-and-greets and Q&As with band members, Jefferson and Brain Dead at some of the events.Each event will include a gallery of Jefferson’s photographs of Interpol, which were taken during the making of the album, plus special items for purchase including limited-edition t-shirts, an exclusive zine and a handful of one-off Jefferson-designed skateboards in partnership with Girl Skateboards.See all the exhibition venues and dates below and pre-order ‘The Other Side Of Make-Believe’, which is out July 15, here.JULY13-16: Brain Dead Studios, Los Angeles13-16: 155 Lafayette Street, New York City15: Brain Dead’s space in Harajuku, Tokyo15-17: Old Truman Brewery, London16-17 July: Not A Gallery, Mexico CityThe trio kicked off their 2022 tour in April with a run of North American dates, during which they previewed a handful of new material from their upcoming new album. At the first show of the run in Deep Ellum, Texas, they aired singles ‘Toni’ and ‘Something Changed’ along with two then-unheard tracks, ‘Fables’ and ‘Into The Night’.‘Fables’ was later released as a single, with frontman Paul Banks saying in a statement: “‘Fables’ features one of Daniel [Kessler, guitarist]’s hottest licks.
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Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa vows never to set foot on land again after Ibiza boat trip
Mia Khalifa has vowed to “never” step foot on land ever again.The 29-year-old party girl, who has more than four million Twitter followers, has been living it up in Ibiza this week during a European trip with boyfriend, Puerto Rican singer Jhay Cortez.And most of that holiday has been spent on a boat – which she appears to be enjoying.READ NEXT: Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa delights fans with stunning London rooftop bikini shootThe Lebanese beauty, who studied at the University of Texas, posted several holiday updates on her Instagram stories.One of those showed her wearing a skimpy bikini while eating (what looks like) fruit, with the caption: “Never going back on land, I'm a sailor now”.She also posted a video of herself and Cortez enjoying a sunlight meal on the deck, featuring fresh oysters, pitta bread, a bowl of carrots and a plate of dry-aged meat and bread sticks.She also uploaded a short video of her drinking fresh coconut milk straight out of a coconut, with a straw.While in Europe she Mia made sure to tick off all of the continent's top destinations, taking in Paris, London and now sunnier climes down south on the party islandThe pair have been snapped in the last few days on a luxury boat journey, also spending time zooming about on jet skis and even doing a spot of scuba diving."Boat boy now," Khalifa said of her partner as they lounged on a yacht. She also grinned as he spun about in the water on one of the high-powered jet skis.It comes after the model spent last week sharing with her 28 million Instagram followers clips of London's famous sights, on the first leg of her jaunt around Europe.Having delighted her fans by announcing her arrival with a racy rooftop bikini photoshoot in front of the St.
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